Trader Joe's still not in Colorado -- here's what you're missing

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2010 has come and almost gone, and Colorado still doesn't have a Trader Joe's. And the state has few prospects of getting one.

Are you bitter? We are, especially since we got a hold of the Trader Joe's list of its top-ten most popular products from 2010, which includes some of our favorites (see below). For the complete list of the 51 most popular items, go to the Trader Joe's website.

The Most Favorite Trader Joe's Products of 2010

10. Frozen Roasted Chicken Burger 9. Whole Wheat/Multigrain English Muffins 8. Greek Yogurt 7. Charles Shaw Wines (also known as Two-Buck Chuck) 6. 19-cent Bananas 5. Frozen Croissants (chocolate and mini) 4. Frozen Gyoso 3. Hummus 2. Triple Gingersnap Cookies 1. Frozen Mandarin Orange Chicken

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