Most national retailers and large grocery stores carry a variety of Weight Watchers products. Weight Watchers items are available at: Acme, Albertsons, Biggs, Brookshire, Farm Fresh, Festival Foods, Food Lion, Giant Eagle and Ingles. Other stores that sell Weight Watcher foods include: Kroger, Market Basket, Marsh, Meijer, Pathmark, Publix, Quality Markets, Safeway, Shop Rite, Sunset and Tom’s among many others.Continue Reading
Subscribers who pay a monthly access fee can also log on to purchase Weight Watchers products at the company’s online store. To access the online store, click on the “Shop” tab located in the blue navigation bar at the top of most pages on the company’s website. Then click the "Online Store" link in the sub-navigation bar below it, or type http://www.store.weightwatchers.com online.
Many Weight Watchers products can also be purchased online at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and several other retailers that have online stores.
Weight Watchers offers a variety of better-for-you products to help individuals shed pounds, maintain dietary goals and develop healthier lifestyles. The company’s products include packaged sweets, baked goods, candies, dairy food, frozen treats, breads and more.
Weight Watchers also offers a complete line of healthy, frozen meals. The company also sells non-food products to help people lose weight. Those products include cookbooks, scales, water bottles and calorie trackers.Learn more about Nutrition & Diets
A variety of chicken recipes are available on the Weight Watchers website, including a recipe for layered Mexican chicken and a recipe for baked chicken with lemon and herbs. Both recipes receive a high percentage of positive ratings and reviews from the website users.Full Answer >
Weight Watchers recipes include crispy Thai pork and shrimp wontons, zucchini and soy cheese pancakes, spring vegetable soup with orzo and savory strata with turkey sausage, roasted bell peppers and goat cheese. Each of these recipes has a Weight Watchers' PointsPlus value.Full Answer >
Used copies and older versions of the Weight Watchers PointsPlus guidebooks are available online through used book sellers, such as Amazon or eBay, and through local used bookstores. Information, including food lists and points calculators, is available through independent blogs and websites not associated with Weight Watchers International.Full Answer >
Zero-point foods on Weight Watchers include many fruits, vegetables and some condiments. Foods on the list from a natural source, such as apples or cabbage, are true zero-point foods, with a higher nutritional value than man-made foods, such as whipped topping.Full Answer >