The 6 Groceries That Made Our Salads More Exciting In 2023

These are the six groceries that added bite, brightness, crunch, and ease to our bowls. Take a look and then consider copying this list for your next shopping trip.

The 6 Groceries That Made Our Salads More Exciting In 2023

If you’re the type who picks out the croutons first, these Fig & Olive Crisps from Trader Joe’s will quickly become your new go-to salad topper.

1. Trader Joe’s Fig & Olive Crisps, $3.99 For 5.3 Ounces

Kumquats are sure to be your new favorite citrus. The tart, tiny, orange-like fruits are eaten whole like berries — skins and all — and add a punchy flavor to both green or fruit salads.

2. Freida’s Popjoys Kumquats, $8.99 For 8 Ounces

We couldn’t get enough of this autumnal-inspired trio — and not just because we love a salad kit.

3. Taylor Farms Chopped Salad Kits, $4.99 For 10.85 Ounces

Family-owned and produced in Sicily for four generations, Agostino Recca anchovies uphold the highest standards, sourced exclusively from the Mediterranean and processed using a time-tested method since the 1930s

4. Agostino Recca Fillets Of Anchovies In Olive Oil, $10.25 For 3.18 Ounces

A salad without dressing is like a day without sunshine, and these Zesty Italian seasoning packets from Good Seasons make it easy to whip up dressing in minutes.

5. Good Seasons Zesty Italian Dressing & Recipe Seasoning Mix, $5.29 For 4 (2.4-ounce) Pouches

These Organic Baby Beets Peeled & Steamed are what we reach for when we want to skip all that beet prep (the scrubbing, the peeling, the steaming) and get straight to making whatever salad we feel like having

6. Melissa’s Organic Peeled & Steamed Red Beets, $5.19 For 8 Ounces

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