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Newsflash: Trader Joe’s is now making it easier to keep your sparkling-water obsession going


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Attention, Trader Joe’s shoppers: If your weekend errands typically include running to TJ’s before making a second stop to pick up your weekly supply of LaCroix, your schedule is about to open way up. The grocer just unveiled a new batch of sparkling-water flavors that might just make the store your official one-stop shop. And you can score the delicious bubbly at a sweet and low cost—around 99 cents for each 1- or 1.5-liter bottle (price and size depend on your location).

Available in four flavors (island colada, grapefruit, cranberry clementine, and pineapple), each bottle is free of sugar and artificial sweeteners.

The Naturally Flavored Sparkling Waters are made using H2O drawn from carefully selected spots around the US that is then infused with the refreshing bubbles the world can’t get enough of. Available in four flavors (island colada, grapefruit, cranberry clementine, and pineapple), each bottle is also free of sugar and artificial sweeteners.

So if you’re saying, “See ya, sugar” right now, consider this another option to help you stay off the sweet stuff. (And word to the wise: Sip, don’t chug—especially if you’re trying to beat the bloat.)

While you’re at Trader Joe’s, there are some other swoon-worthy new products to check out: avocado yogurt and, of course, cauliflower pizza crusts

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