11 Foods We Found At T.J. Maxx For Under $10

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Are you a Maxxinista? (This is what T.J. Maxx has dubbed shoppers who emerge from the store having scored some major deals.) In case you've never been there, this all encompassing retail store is known for shelling out big brand steals. So if you aren't currently a Maxxinista, the title may be worth some consideration (okay, you don't actually have to call yourself that). And we're not talking about fashion choices here, although those finds can be good, too instead we've got our sights set on food. Yes, food.
A lesser known treasure trove within TJM is the edible goods section. A couple of shelves tucked near the kitchenware with a pre-packaged selection that varies from store to store, but are constantly overflowing with cheap bulk buys. The best part about these unique and wholly unexpected food-finds is the price tag that accompanies them. When we took a little trip to our nearest TJM in NYC, we were shocked to find the ahead 11 products, all for under $10 (and many under the $5 mark).
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So scroll forth to see what gourmet goodies you've been missing out on at T.J. Maxx. Then take your own trip to a nearby location and let us know in the comments below the best food items you're able to score!
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Jam, $6.99

Pick up some damn good jam — take this Sarabeth's Strawberry Rhubarb as an example (usually sold for $9).
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Superfood Powders, $5.99

Looking to stock up on superfood spices? Look no further — this Organic Traditions bag usually goes for $8 at other retailers.
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Specialty Pastas, $2.99-$3.99

TJM's dried goods are just as good as their jarred — these specialty pastas are $2 cheaper than you'd find elsewhere.
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Specialty Salts, $2.99-$5.99

Stock up on salt with these options that could easily cost you double elsewhere.
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Caviar, $3.29

Say what, TJM?! If you're into seriously discounted caviar, now you know where to go.
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Specialty Jarred Goods, $3.99-$5.99

From pickles to blue cheese-stuffed olives, pickled brussels sprouts, spicy bruschetta, and more, TJM has all the weird and wonderful jarred goods your minds (and stomaches) could imagine.
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Honey, $5.99

Honey ain't cheap — and that's why we were PUMPED to find these sweet steals.
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Olive Oil, $9.99

This certified single origin (and award winning) EVOO is $5 cheaper than the usual going rate.
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Specialty Syrups, $4.49

Specialty syrup also doesn't come cheap — we'd recommend picking up these flavored options at TJM for a song.
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Sauces, $4.99

Calling all sauce lovers!
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Spices, $4.99

If your spice rack is looking sad, a trip to T.J. Maxx will more than fix that.
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