Starting a new thread as the last one is getting confusing - the thread title references January-March, but the thread contains updates as recently as mid-May.
At South Van Ness in SF:
Jack’s organic low sodium cannellini beans, product of Italy, 13.4 oz tetra pak for 79 cents. Some of the weight is probably water/cooking liquid.
Summer Inside brand petite diced tomatoes, 14.5 oz for 59 cents
El Navarrico Tumaca fresh tomato spread, 8.1 oz jar, $1. As best as I can tell, this is for making pa amb tomaquet the extremely lazy way (or if you don’t have access to good fresh tomatoes at the farmer’s market), but if anyone knows of any other typical uses for this product, by all means share them. Made in Navarra, Spain.
General Mills Thin Mints Girl Scout Cookie Cereal, 11 oz, $1
A bunch of ice creams including Three Twins + Talenti cinnamon peach biscuit flavor, $2/pint
A bunch of beer bombers for $5:
North Coast Passionfruit/Peach Berliner Weisse is back! Must be a summer seasonal thing for North Coast. I really enjoyed last year’s rendition. (Note: this was evidently released June 1. Last year GO also had the fall seasonal Cranberry Quince flavor, but I don’t remember ever spotting the spring seasonal Tart Cherry at GO.)
Dupont Monk’s Stout
Dupont Biere de Miel (a dry saison brewed with honey)
They also had three flavors of a “Scandinavian cider” from Estonia. Some Googling suggests it was this one: https://cidersays.com/2016/05/09/vohu-vein-as-scandinavian-cider-apple-semi-dry/ (didn’t buy but will probably pick some up later in the week)