Not remotely local, sustainable, etc, but also not remotely pass-up-able: Spanish blueberries on sale at the Dirk for €1.49 per 225 gram carton (about half the normal price). We're eating them by the handful.
Not on sale, but I finally bought some of this yesterday after having my eye on it for months.
What finally motivated me was this post from Mr. Lebovitz. It's very disorienting, though: basically a soft, spreadble speculaas, which sounds quite gross but in fact they've done a very good job of capturing what for me is the textbook speculaas taste, very natural, not too sweet, etc. Would be interested to know what any lifelong speculaas eaters thought of it. Apparently there's a crunchy version which is far superior, which I totally believe b/c I'm generally not a smooth 'n' creamy fan. But for now? Smooth 'n' creamy be just fine.