7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Buy At Trader Joe's (PHOTOS)

Trader Joe's opened up in Gainesville over a year ago, and it quickly became a popular destination for reasonably priced specialty groceries. Despite its popularity, few people know about the other household goods and high-quality products that can be found at Trader Joe's. Keep reading to find out what you've been missing out on, and then head over to Trader Joe's in Butler Plaza to stock up!

Here's what you shouldn't miss out on -- stock and availability, of course, will vary by your store's location:

Greeting Cards You can't beat the price of 99 cents.

Good Cleaning Products You can find Dr. Bronner's products, in addition to private label brands.

Laundry & Dishwashing Detergent Can often be cheaper than what you find at the grocery store, depending on where you live.

Pet Products Specifically cardboard scratchers for cats, which are super-cheap at around $7 a pop.

Reusable Cloths An alternative to paper towels (which they also sell), at a good price.

Flowers There's usually a nice selection of decent-quality, affordable cut flowers and bouquets at every TJ's.

Nice Soaps Perfect for when you want to maintain an aura of glamour when you have guests over. (They don't need to know your budget status.)

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Source: The Huffington Post

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