Where does Trader Joe's get their produce?
Trader Joe's doesn't have a factory where it makes its own products, and instead sources them from well-known brands and sells them under the Trader Joe's sub-brands at a discount.
Who produces Trader Joe's Yogurt?
Made by Stacy's, a division of PepsiCo's Frito-Lay. On the East Coast much of its yogurt is supplied by Danone's Stonyfield Farm. And finicky foodies probably don't like to think about how Trader Joe's scale enables the chain to sell a pound of organic lemons for $2.
Who makes Joe Joes?
|Trader Joe's in Amherst, New York|
|Products||Private label staple foods, organic foods and specialty products|
|Revenue||US$13.3 billion (FY 2017)|
|Owner||Family of Theo Albrecht|
|Number of employees||50,000+|
|Name:||Villars Swiss Milk Chocolate||RATING: SUPERB YUMMY TASTY WORTH IT TEMPTING PLEASANT BENIGN UNAPPEALING APPALLING INEDIBLE|
It's a fair point, and why the whiskey inside these bottles is likely produced at Buffalo Trace's cousin-distillery Barton in Bardstown, Kentucky. Also owned by Sazerac, Barton produces all 1792 brand whiskeys and a number of smaller brands like Thomas S.
Trader Joe's is owned by Aldi Nord, a separate entity from Aldi Sud, which operates Aldi US and all its stores here in the United States.
This Trader Joe's multivitamin is formulated especially for women with 15 different types of vitamins in a once a day tablet. These are made by Garden of Life Brand under the My Kind Organics label and don't have any TJs packaging or logos on them.
Trader Joe's is well-known to its fans for low prices on unique food items, ranging from cookie butter to turkey corn dogs. The chain is also known for its quirky culture. Employees, easy to spot in their Hawaiian shirts, go out of their way to be helpful, and plastic lobsters are used to decorate stores.
As a private brand, the California-based Trader Joe's orders most of its products from third-party manufacturers (including giants like PepsiCo.
Trader Joe's History
It's now a subsidiary of the Aldi brand of grocery stores, though it's operated separately and doesn't share the same product lines.