I only buy organic eggs from them. Also organic butter and sour cream. Great price and quality. They sell whipping cream that is pasteurized but not ultra-pasteurized (a process that adds shelf life but degrades the quality of the cream). I buy all of my almond milk and refrigerated coconut milk there.
Their cheeses are excellent, as are their sausages. I buy a lot of their bagged salad mixes. Love their Mediterranean hummus and I also like their salsas.
I always check out their produce section. I don't rely on them, but I sometimes find great deals on high quality produce. (They had beautiful organic avocadoes last week.) I've also gotten some great berries and heirloom tomatoes.
I don't buy nuts anywhere else. Their dried fruits are the best I've found. They have a better selection of maple syrup than any other store in my city, and their prices are good.
I've been very happy with all of the chocolate I've bought there.
I buy all of my fruit juices at TJ's.
I'm totally addicted to their frozen Belgian waffles. I make good Belgian waffles, but it's rare to find a frozen product that's as good as what I make. I like their ice cream too.
Their frozen chocolate croissants will be included in my last meal, if I'm given the opportunity.
As an earlier post said, their all butter frozen puff pastry is as good as Dufour's at a fraction of the price. I look for it during the holidays and stock up.
Their frozen organic broccoli is wonderful, but they tend to run out. I also like other frozen organic veggies and fruits, but avoid the brussels sprouts.
I love their Belgian chocolate pudding, so rich and dark a spoonful is a major treat. I swear it's chocolate heroin.
My TJ's hosts a farmer's market in their parking lot on the weekends and that makes me value them even more.