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Costco Organic & Natural Price List

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Here is the organic and natural price list of deals for Costco Wholesale Club.  Newly updated items will appear in red

Organic Deals

BAKING/CONDIMENTS

Blue Agave Nectar Organic 2-23.4oz. $7.59 or $3.79/bottle

Better Than Bouillon Organic Beef Base 16 oz. $6.89

Better Than Bouillon Organic Chicken Base 16 oz. $6.89

Better Than Bouillon Organic Vegetable Base 16 oz. $7.69

Carrington Farms Organic, Extra-Virgin, Unrefined Coconut Oil 54 oz. $15.99

Central Milling Co. Organic Pancake Mix 5lbs $7.99

Fresh Gourmet Organic Croutons 32oz $6.99

Gilt Edge Organic White Unbleached Flour 2-10lb. $10.99

Honey Organic 3/34oz $13.79

Kirkland Organic Chicken Stock 6-32oz. $10.79

Kirkland Signature Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2L $16.49

Kirkland Signature Organic Maple Syrup 1 liter $13.99

Kirkland Signature Organic Sugar 10lb $7.79

Maple Syrup Organic 25.36oz. $18.69

McCormick Organic Basil 2.85oz. $3.15

McCormick Organic Oregano 2.5oz. $3.99

McCormick Organic Rosemary 3.5oz $4.15

McCormick Organic Thyme 3oz $5.35

Newman’s Own Organic Dressing 2-24oz. $6.79

Nuttzo Organic 7 Nut Spread 26oz $16.99

Organicville Sesame Teriyaki 35oz $5.59

Pacific Chicken Broth Organic, Free Range 6-32oz. boxes $9.99

Premium Organic Pasta Sauce 2 jars $5.49

Peanut Butter Organic 2-28oz. $7.79

Strawberry Jam Organic 42oz. $6.99

Walls Berry Farms Organic Cherry Berry Spread 42oz $6.39

Xagave Organic 36oz. $11.99

Xagave Organic 1 Gallon $29.99

BEVERAGES

Apple & Eve Organic Juice Boxes 27-6.75oz. $7.89

Apple & Eve Organic Juice 3/1L $7.89

Blue Diamond Almond Breeze 6/32oz $9.99

Bolthouse Farms Kirkland Organic Carrot Juice 3-32oz. $6.99

Coffee Organic/Fair-Trade 2.2lb. $13.99 or $6.36 per lb.

Charleston Coffee Roasters Organic 2lb $14.99

Fruit Punch Organic Juice Boxes 32pk $9.59

Horizon Organic Chocolate Milk 18ct. of 8oz tetra paks $13.65

Horizon Organic Vanilla Milk 18ct. of 8oz tetra paks $13.99

Kirkland Signature Organic Chocolate Milk 18ct. of 8.25oz tetra paks $11.99

Kirkland Signature Organic Plain Soy Milk 12 pack of 32oz tetra paks $13.99

Kirkland Signature Organic Ricemilk 12 pack of 32oz tetra paks $13.69

Kirkland Signature Organic Vanilla Soy Milk 12 pack of 32oz tetra paks $13.99

Newman’s Own Organics Special Blend K-cups 80ct $36.89

Orange Juice Organic 1 Gallon $6.99

Sambazon Organic 3 Day Cleanse 3 pk of 33.8oz refrigerated bottles $14.99

So Delicious Organic Coconut Milk 6/32oz $10.99

Subtle Earth Organic Coffee 2lb $9.99

Tazo Organic Iced Green Tea 12ct. of 13.8oz bottles $12.79

BREADS

Alpine Valley Multigrain Organic Bread 2/24oz $6.59

Dave’s Whole Grain Bread /27oz $6.99

La Tortilla Factory Organic Whole Wheat Tortilla 20ct $5.99

CANNED

Amy’s Organic Lentil Minestrone 8-15oz cans $12.39

Contadina Organic Tomato Paste 12-6oz. $5.99

Contadina Organic Tomato Sauce 12-15oz. $7.15

Del Monte Organic Diced Tomatoes 8-15oz. $7.69

Giorgio Organic Sliced Mushrooms 12/4Z $9.99

Sweet Corn Organic 12/15.2oz $12.99

S&W Organic Black Beans 8/15oz $6.79

DAIRY

Butter Organic 2lb. $6.99

Eggs Organic Cage-Free 24ct. $6.39

Horizon Organic 100% Egg Whites 4 pack of 16 oz cartons $13.79

Lifeway Organic ProBug Whole Milk Kefir 12-50z pouches $12.49

Milk Organic 1% or Whole 3-64oz. $9.99

Sambazon Organic Acai Juice 2-32oz $8.59 (price reduced from $9.99!)

Silk Soy Organic Vanilla 3 1/2 gal $6.99

Soymilk Organic 12pk-32oz $12.29

DRY GOODS

Annie’s Organic Shells & Cheese 15pk-6oz $14.99

Carrington Farms Organic Chia Seeds 32oz $11.95

Carrington Farms Organic Flax Chia Blend Pals 60ct $12.89

C&F Foods Organic Quinoa 4lb $16.69

Della Organic Brown Basmati Rice 10lb $12.39

Golden Organic Ground Flax 40oz. $8.89

Harvest Stone Organic Crackers 20oz $8.49

Instant Oatmeal Organic 55ct $9.99 or $.18 per pack

Kashi Organic Promise Cereal 28.8oz $6.79

Minsley Organic Cooked Brown Rice 6-7.4oz $6.99

Nature’s Path Organic Hot Oatmeal 32ct $9.49 or $.30 per pack

Nature’s Path Organic Love Crunch Granola 26.4oz $6.99

Nature’s Path Ancient Grains Organic Granola 2-17.6oz. $6.99

Nature’s Path Pumpkin Flax Organic Granola 2lb. $7.19

Quinoa Organic 4lb. $9.39 or 2.35/lb. (BEST PRICE)

Seeds of Change Organic Quinoa and Rice 6-8.5oz. $11.49

Seeds of Change Organic Chia, Kale, & Rice 6/8.5oz $8.49

Seeds of Change Organic Quinoa & Rice 6/8.5oz $10.39

TruRoots Sprouted Rice & Quinoa Organic Blend (Gluten-Free) 3lb. $9.99

Texmati Brown Rice Organic 6lb $9.39 or $1.56/lb (same price as Walmart’s regular brown rice)

TruRoots Organic Sprouted Bean Trio (Gluten-Free) 3lbs. $9.69

Village Harvest Organic Rice Variety Pack 6/1lb $13.89

FRUITS/VEGGIES

Apples Sliced Organic 8-6oz. bags $7.99

Baby Spinach Organic 1lb $3.79

Butternut Squash Organic (cubed) 2lb. $3.99

Baby Carrots Organic 5lb. $5.29

Carrots Whole Organic 10lb $6.49 (stock up and freeze!)

Edamame Organic 1lb 8oz. $4.99

Made in Nature Organic Super Berry Fusion 24oz $14.99

Mariani Organic Pitted Dates 40oz $9.99

Frozen Organic Blueberries 3lb. $11.59

Frozen Organic Blueberries 4lb. $13.59

Frozen Organic Broccoli Florets 4-1lb bags $5.99

Frozen Organic Corn 5lb. $5.59

Frozen Organic Green Beans 5lb. $6.59

Frozen Organic Mixed Veggies 5lb. $5.59

Frozen Organic Raspberries 3lb. $9.99

Frozen Wawona Organic Freestone Peaches 4lb $7.79

Happy Squeeze Organic Kale Apple and Mango Pouches 12/5.5oz $10.39

Mott’s Organic Applesauce 36/3.9oz $11.79

Organic Go Go Squeeze Variety 20/3.2oz $8.39

Spring Mix Organic Salad 1lb. $3.99

HOME GOODS

Greenshield Organic Free & Clear Laundry Detergent 132 loads $9.79

MEATS

Coleman Organic Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast $5.99/lb

Coleman Organic Chicken Thighs $3.99/lb

Coleman Whole Organic Chicken $2.29/lb

Organic Ground Beef 3lb $12.99

REFRIGERATED/FROZEN

Amy’s Kitchen Organic Veggie Lasagna 6pk-9.5oz $15.59

Coastal Range Organic Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Frozen 3.5lbs $18.99

Harry’s Organic Creamy Tomato Basil Soup 2 pack of 30 oz each $9.99

Kirkland Signature Organic Chicken Stock 6pk-32oz $11.39

Marifano’s Organic Italian Pizza 3ct $8.99

Pasta Prima Organic Spinach & Cheese Ravioli 36oz $9.99

Pita Pal Organic Original Hummus 32oz $5.99

Pita Pal Organic Red Pepper Hummus 2pk-17oz $6.49

Pita Pal Organic Red Pepper Hummus Snack Pack 16ct $5.79

Rojo’s Organic Salsa 48oz $6.29

Stock Pot Organic Vegetarian Chili with Four Beans 2-24oz. $9.99

Stonyfield Organic Super Smoothie 12/6oz $6.59

Wholly Guacamole Organic 4/12oz $9.69

SNACKS

18 Rabbits Organic Granola Bars 24pk $13.99

Annie’s Organic Fruit Snacks 24ct $9.79 or $.40/pk.

Animal Crackers Organic 64oz. $8.29

Anne’s House Organic Trail Mix 28oz $13.79

Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies Organic 36 ct. $12.99

Boomchickapop Snack Packs 24ct $11.89

Cascadian Farms Organic Granola Bars 56ct. $12.49 or $.45 cents per bar

Clif Kids ZBar Organic 24ct. $10.79

Clif Organic Fruit Rope 24ct. $10.79

Dr. Kracker Klassic 3 Seed Organic Flatbread 24oz $7.89

Kirkland Organic Tortilla Chips 40oz. $4.59

Kirkland Signature Organic Pudding Pouch 12/3.17oz $9.99

Kirkland Signature Organic Apple Sauce 24/3.17oz $9.59

Late July Organic Mojo Multigrain Chips 24oz $6.99

Luke’s Organic White Cheddar Clouds $4.89

Made in Nature Organic and Unsulfured Antioxidant Dried Fruit Blend 18oz $9.59

Mariani Organic Dried Muscat Grapes 36oz $7.99

Mary’s Gone Crackers (Organic & Gluten Free) 20oz  $6.99

Pumpkin Seeds Organic Sprouted 16oz $9.49

Salsa Organic 66oz. $5.99

Stacy’s Organic Pita Chips 28oz $5.49

Sunmaid Organic Raisins 2/32oz $9.69

Sunrise Organic Energy Bars 32oz $9.99

Tree Top Organic Apple Sauce Cups 36 ct – 4oz cups $9.99

Natural Deals

BAKING/CONDIMENTS

Hemp Hearts Manitoba Harvest Foods 28oz $14.89

Kirkland Signature Almond Butter 27oz $10.79

Kirkland Pure Maple Syrup 32oz. $11.99

Kirkland Signature Himalayan Pink Salt Grinder 13oz $4.49

Kirkland Signature Whole Vanilla Bean 10ct. $11.99

MaraNatha All Natural Roasted Almond Butter 26oz. $5.79

Pure Pink Himalayan Sea Salt 16oz $4.79

Real Lemon 2-48oz. $4.99

Stevia 400ct. packets $9.79

Sugar in the Raw 6lb. $7.69

Vidalia Onion Vinaigrette All Natural 2-33.77oz. $6.79

Vinegar (white) 1.3gal $3.29 or $.02 cents per oz

World of Chia Spread 31.75oz $6.09

BEVERAGES

Bolthouse Farms Mocha Cappuccino 2-32oz. $5.49

Caribou Blend K-Cups 80 ct. Rainforest Alliance Certified $34.99

IZZE All Natural Sparkling Juice 12-12oz. $10.99

Naked Juice Blue Machine 2-32oz. $6.99

Odwalla Combo Pack 10-12oz. $9.99

Pom Wonderful Pomegranate Juice 60oz. $9.99

Silk Pure Almond Milk 3-64oz. $7.69

Vita Coco Coconut Water 12-11.2oz. $14.69

Vita Coco Coconut Water 6-1 liter bottles $19.99

Zico Chocolate Coconut Water 12 – 14 oz packages $17.99

DAIRY

Chedder Sharp 2lb $5.59

Fage Greek Yogurt 2.2lb $5.79

Fage Greek Yogurt Multi-Pack 12-5.3oz cups $12.99

Mozzarella Shredded 5lb $11.39

DRY GOODS

Arnold Whole Wheat Bread 2-24oz. $4.99

Baking Soda 13.5lb. $5.39

Barilla Pasta Whole Grain 8-13.25oz. $6.39

Boscoli Family Italian Olive Salad 32oz $8.49

Couscous 5lb. $6.99

Duram Wheat Tortellini Pasta with Cheese 3lb. $7.99

Earnest Eats Hot & Fit Oatmeal 6 pack of 2.35oz bowls (Vegan and Wheat-Free) $9.99

Kashi Go Lean Crunch Cereal 51oz. $8.99

Kashi Toasted Oats 43oz. $8.89

Kirkland MultiGrain Bread 2-28oz. $4.49

Pepperidge Farm 15 Grain Bread 2-24oz. $4.49

Thomas English Muffins Whole Grain 18pk. $5.99

Village Harvest Black Rice 4lb $7.29

FRUITS/VEGGIES

Avocados 5ct. $6.99

Cantaloupe 3ct. $5.79

Clementines 5lb. $5.99

Medjool Dates 2lb $8.99

Nature’s Finest Dried Mangoes 30oz $13.49

HOUSEHOLD

ECOS Liquid Laundry Detergent 210oz. $12.69

Kirkland Ultra Free & Clear Liquid Laundry Detergent 186oz. $13.39

Kirkland Environmentally Friendly Liquid Laundry Detergent 186oz. $12.99

Kirkland Environmentally Friendly Liquid Dish Soap 135oz. $8.89

MEATS

Chicken Apple Sausage All Natural 3pk. $12.99

Han’s All Natural Chicken Sausage, Gluten Free 3lb. $13.79

Morningstar Farms Breakfast Veggie Patty 24ct-2lb $10.69

Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon Canned 6ct. $10.99

SNACKS

Alexia Sweet Potato Fries (Frozen Section) 4lb $6.59

Aussie Bites 30oz $7.99

Back to Nature Peanut Butter Cookies 28.8oz. $7.99

Bamboo Lane Crunchy Rice Rollers 14oz $6.99

Brookside Dark Chocolate Pomegranate 2lb. $9.79

Brothers All-Natural Freeze Dried Fruit 20ct. $13.39

Calbee Snapea Crisps 20oz $6.89

Cape Cod Kettle Chips 22oz. $4.49

Clif Bars 24ct. $17.65 or $.73 cents per bar

Dry Roasted Edamame 25oz. $5.49

Food Should Taste Good Multigrain Crackers/Tortilla Chips (Gluten-Free) 24oz. $6.29

Food Should Taste Good Sea Salt Brown Rice Crackers 20oz $6.99

Kashi Chewy Granola Bars 25pk. $10.79 or $.43/bar

Kashi Whole Grain Crackers 3-8oz. boxes $6.79

Kettle Brand Potato Chips with Sea Salt 32oz. $4.59

Larabar Combo Pack (Non-GMO, Vegan, Kosher) 18ct. $15.79

Larabar Gluten-Free Combo Pack 18ct $14.99

Mrs. Mays Trip Natural Bars 20ct. $14.99

Mrs. May’s Variety Pack Trail Mix 12 ct $9.69

Rice Works Chips 20oz. $5.99

Sabra Hummus (various flavors) 32oz. $5.99

Sahale Snacks Pomegranate Pistachios Mix (Gluten Free) 15oz $10.99

Seapoint Farms Edamame Energy Blend 34oz $8.99

Seaweed Roasted Seasoned 1.332 $7.99

Veggie Straws 20oz. $4.79

Zone Perfect All Natural Bars 24ct. $18.89

OTHER

Kashi Blueberry Waffles with Omega-3 48ct. $11.99

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Prices may vary slightly by location. Costco does require a $50 yearly membership to shop.  You can visit a Costco near you and just browse before deciding to purchase a membership. This price list is not complete of all organic deals at Costco, but will be updated on a regular basis.

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By | 2015-04-29T17:57:35+00:00 January 6th, 2011|Grocery Stores, Organic and Green Living, Wholesale Clubs|143 Comments

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143 Comments

  1. Jenny January 6, 2011 at 12:47 pm - Reply

    Wow, thank you for coming up with the list. I shop Costco a lot but after reading your list, didn’t realize that they do have a lot of organic items. One thing I bought their organic broccoli (frozen) and then read on the package that it was a product of China. 🙁 I was so disappointed.

    I love your blog, you have done so much! Thank you!!!

    • Teri January 25, 2012 at 1:05 am - Reply

      I was super disappointed as well to see they sold organic broccoli from China. How frightening. Every time I pass by it I want to leave a note to warn shoppers as most people expect our produce to be coming from China. Really what we need to do is contact Costco headquarters about it.

      • Teri January 25, 2012 at 1:07 am - Reply

        Correction: Most people DON’T expect their produce to be coming from China.

        • Chantel August 16, 2012 at 8:31 pm - Reply

          China does not let US inspectors verify weather or not the items truly meet the standards here, so it is a good idea to avoid items from there if you are concerned about consuming pesticides and other poisons. Whole foods only carries fresh and frozen organic edemame beans from China, but does their own testing to verify the legitimacy of the organic label. Unless Costco does this with the broccoli, it’s a good idea to buy it from somewhere else.

          • Glenda June 19, 2013 at 11:49 am

            Is that the same for items from Mexico?

          • Crystal Collins June 24, 2013 at 9:43 pm

            I believe so Glenda.

          • Jennifer January 10, 2014 at 2:31 pm

            Check more items in Whole Foods and you would be surprised how many of them originate from China, including “kinda organic” salads etc. It seems to me that China is trying not only take over financial world control but also poison millions of innocent people with questionable quality food and carcinogenic formaldehyde in the cabins of made in China cars exported to “foreign countries”. For example: Toxic imported frozen vegetables from China are slipping past our chemical regulation gatehouse and landing on the dinner tables of thousands of Australian homes. Some time back I’ve purchased a “wild salmon” missing small printing “made in China, packed in USA”… The fish smelled on frying pan like if you pour a nasty chemicals over it… I immediately took it back to the store and told them to remove it from their shelves before someone is killed by it. Do not think they’ve listened to me. Check every piece of food you are buying, especially if your health is not super perfect or if you will cook for small kids.

          • Ellen beebe May 6, 2016 at 3:10 pm

            China???
            Oh brother, let’s deceive the public some more. Shopping has now become totally burdensome. Costco needs to LABEL IN FULL SIGHT WHAT COMES FROM CHINA! That alone makes me NOT want to give any business to COSTCO.

        • Chantel August 16, 2012 at 8:33 pm - Reply

          This list is amazing. Thank you so much!!!!

          • Ruth March 28, 2013 at 5:56 am

            Thank you for the update on their food. I WILL NOT knowingly buy anything from China. I will pay extra and continue to shop elsewhere for my organic fruit and vegetables

  2. Crystal January 6, 2011 at 8:19 pm - Reply

    You are very welcome, and thank you so much for the kind remarks!!

  3. Anna January 7, 2011 at 10:16 am - Reply

    I’ve been following your blog for over a year now. Thanks so much for everything. This list is just icing on the cake for me 🙂

  4. Kelly January 7, 2011 at 1:36 pm - Reply

    Thanks Crystal!

  5. Crystal January 7, 2011 at 2:40 pm - Reply

    You are so welcome!

  6. Katie January 7, 2011 at 4:45 pm - Reply

    Great list! Thanks Crystal. Think I might have to get a membership. I shared your post on FB and asked friends what other organic items they have found at Costco and several said organic meats and dairy also.

  7. Carla January 8, 2011 at 10:15 pm - Reply

    Thanks Crystal! I’ve been hearing Costco was selling organic and this list really helps me in deciding to join. A few questions for anyone that currently shops there, do they sell organic chicken/beef/turkey? And how is it quality/taste wise? Do they sell Organic Valley products (Cheese, Milk)? Thanks in advance!

    • Kristin January 19, 2011 at 4:23 pm - Reply

      They do sell organic ground beef. I’m not sure about any other meats, though. I think whole chickens, maybe? I don’t remember the brands they sell of dairy, though. I’m sure stores vary, though, so if you are thinking of joining, you should probably check with your local store for sure.

  8. […] you have a Costco near you, you might want to check out the list.  You can find the complete list of organic products sold at Costco on Crystal’s […]

  9. Laryssa @Heaven In The Home January 19, 2011 at 9:49 am - Reply

    This is great! We just moved and there is a Costco near us. I’m going to have to check it out!

  10. Jayne January 19, 2011 at 10:28 am - Reply

    One thing to add is the almond butter at Costco. I think a 26 oz jar is $6.99 – about the same price as a jar that’s a 1/4 the size anywhere else I’ve seen.

  11. Kelly January 19, 2011 at 2:08 pm - Reply

    Thanks so much! I’m glad to know I’m not the only one hanging out at Costco pricing stuff out! 🙂 I know there are a lot of people out there who don’t think Costco is worth the membership fee because a lot of items are cheaper at the grocery store…but not everything is!

    Carla, I think their meat is great! Great quality and taste (although, some of the taste depends on if you are a great cook or not! Lol! )

  12. Simone January 19, 2011 at 3:49 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the list! I just wanted to add a few things that are at my Costco in AZ, they carry 3 half gallons of their brand of 1% organic milk I believe it is 7.99. Also they just started carrying a 2lbs block of organic cheddar for 6.99(was so excited when I saw this).
    They also have a half gallon of Horizon organic half and half for 4.99 and a 18 pack of organic eggs for 4.99. Last thing is 3lbs of organic ground beef for 12.99, organic bonless skinless chicken breast for 5.99 a pound, whole chicken and bonless skinless chicken thighs, I believe the thighs run about 3.99lbs but I can’t remember the price of the whole chickens:)

    • Crystal January 19, 2011 at 7:25 pm - Reply

      Oh that Organic chedder deal is awesome! I’m going to look for it next time I go!

  13. Emily January 20, 2011 at 12:04 pm - Reply

    Where did you find the Annie’s fruit snacks? I couldn’t find them at my Costco.

    • Crystal January 20, 2011 at 12:08 pm - Reply

      I believe they were with all the snacks in the center front of the store.

  14. julie January 20, 2011 at 3:14 pm - Reply

    My husband absolutely LOVES the Kirkland organic peanut butter! It’s really nice because you don’t have to continually stir it to keep the oil mixed in. Also, Simone- we’re having a baby in SIX weeks and we’re naming her Simone! We’re completely stumped on a middle name (family names don’t work in this case). Would you mind sharing yours? Anyone else, suggestions are welcome:)

    • Crystal January 20, 2011 at 11:38 pm - Reply

      What about Simone Elaine, or Simone Marie?

  15. julie January 21, 2011 at 9:02 am - Reply

    Crystal- Thanks so much! I know this post wasn’t intended about name searching:) My husband and I actually like Simone Marie- very rare we both perk up at a name! Thanks so much!

  16. Susan @ Organic Deals January 26, 2011 at 8:08 pm - Reply

    Love it Crystal! I was just there today and they had organic blueberries for $6.49 (24oz)! We go through a lot of blueberries, so I bought two packs. Some of their prices are amazing.

  17. Susan Olson January 29, 2011 at 10:18 am - Reply

    Costco isn’t very close to us either. But.your list is great and I may go check it out. Are the meats listed as organic actual grass fed beef and antibiotic free chicken? Sometimes the organic label is a bit deceitful. We have a lot of farmers and ranchers around here, but chickens in particular are hard to find.

  18. Trinh Nguyen February 4, 2011 at 2:23 am - Reply

    Thank you for the list. It makes shopping at Costco a lot easier. I find that our prices here in Denver, CO a little bit cheaper than your area.

  19. Jennifer February 23, 2011 at 7:46 pm - Reply

    This is great information, thanks for sharing!

  20. Amy T. February 26, 2011 at 11:00 am - Reply

    Crystal….is there an easy way to access this list (or could you make one)? When I looked under categories I didn’t see costco, so I just searched for it and scrolled through the posts til I found it.

  21. Beth March 14, 2011 at 11:54 am - Reply

    Cascadian Farms Organic Granola Bars 56ct. $12.49 or $.45 cents per bar

    $12.49/56ct = $0.23 ea. (rounding up)

    • Glenda June 19, 2013 at 11:53 am - Reply

      The problem with those kind of bars is that they are loaded with sugar. We are fighting cancer now and cancer LOVES sugar.

  22. Rana April 20, 2011 at 5:59 pm - Reply

    Just found your blog and I’m very excited to look through more posts. ‘Thank you so much for this list. I’m on a whole foods make over and this will help on my next Costco shop trip.

    • Crystal April 20, 2011 at 9:12 pm - Reply

      Welcome! And good luck with your shopping, too! Costco really makes it easier for me to save money on organics and whole foods.

  23. Tammy May 10, 2011 at 4:06 pm - Reply

    Be sure to check out the Subscribe & Save option on Amazon.com ~ many items can be found there at really great prices … I’ve found Nature’s Path cereals there ~ different varieties every time ~ at about $16.08 for 6 boxes … that’s only about $2.68 a box! Free shipping, too … and, if you like it and they have it at that price again, it will come directly to your door! they also had red quinoa recently …

  24. jill pena May 16, 2011 at 10:09 pm - Reply

    oops! was looking under the wrong meat section 🙂

  25. Amanda May 17, 2011 at 12:20 pm - Reply

    Thank you thank you thank you for putting this together!! By the way, on my last trip, I picked up Kirkland Signature Organic Fresh Pressed Apple Juice – 2 gallons for I think $7.99. I’m not sure on the price – I don’t have the receipt handy.

  26. Anonymous May 17, 2011 at 12:21 pm - Reply

    Oh you are soooo lucky! I’ve been waiting for them to offer organic juice like that at my store. If you can verify the price, I’ll add it to the list. Thanks!

  27. Amanda May 17, 2011 at 12:42 pm - Reply

    Thanks! Can’t wait to pick up the organic animal crackers. I have been making cookies for my kiddos, but it’s nice to have them done for me sometimes. 😉

  28. TheThriftyMama May 17, 2011 at 12:45 pm - Reply

    Yes, the organic animal crackers are one of my favorite deals there. That thing lasts us over a month!

  29. Marjorie May 22, 2011 at 6:49 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for posting!! I saw this and just figured at your prices I could get Peanut Butter way cheaper! I would get 10 more oz for just .40!

  30. VickiRae June 1, 2011 at 8:11 am - Reply

    I’m so jealous, we often but organic items at costco however being in Alaska our prices are higher.

  31. Starbucksgirl June 4, 2011 at 1:20 pm - Reply

    Crystal, my Costco is carrying the following organic produce now (Northern CA; moved to CA last year)! Most of the organic produce @ my Costco comes from right around my area so I’m not sure if they are shipping this to the other stores but if they are then it’s definitely worth making the trip to get some. The fruit tastes amazing. Here’s what I found this week:

    4lbs. Organic Red Grapes $8.97
    2.25 lbs (six 6oz. containers) Organic Raspberries $9.99

    The Costco here in Northern CA (Sacramento) is carrying quite a few organic produce items this summer. I know that I have seen several of the green price signs in the produce area. I’ll try and look the next time I’m there so that I can come back and update here.

    Hope you’re doing well Crystal. Much love to you sister!

    Kelly

    • Crystal June 4, 2011 at 1:24 pm - Reply

      Thanks Kelly! I’ll add those to the list 🙂

      • Starbucksgirl June 9, 2011 at 1:53 am - Reply

        The grapes were actually $7.99 (not $8.97…..just glanced at my receipt and noticed that they rang up at $7.99 even though the sign said $8.97). $2 per lb. is excellent for Organic Red Grapes (and they are so crisp and delicious this year). They come from a company called Anthony’s Vineyards. Their website can be found here: http://anthonyvineyards.com/

        BTW, I checked out some of your posts on the 30 day shred. Nice job. I’m starting that same program when I return from vacation in a few weeks. I did the video with my girlfriend while visiting Nashville a few weeks ago and it just about killed me the first day. LOL. Hopefully, I’ll be able to drop a few pounds. Your posts were an inspiration to me. 🙂

        • starbucksgirl July 1, 2011 at 8:06 pm - Reply

          Crystal, you might want to forego updating the list with the deals that I told you about. I’m pretty sure that we are the only Costco that is getting these great organic raspberry and grape deals. Apparently, they are not shipping these goodies to the other stores. Bummer. Have a great summer sis!

  32. Wendy June 28, 2011 at 4:13 pm - Reply

    Do you know the cost of whole wheat flour and sugars at costco? Where would you purchase bulk baking goods? Thanks.

    • Caroline August 19, 2011 at 4:46 pm - Reply

      I went by Costco yesterday, and picked up a 10 lb bag of Wholesome Sweeteners organicc (and free trade) cane sugar for $10.99

  33. […] so I could begin buying organics in bulk to cut down on the cost of organics. I found this handy costco organics list on a deal blog that I follow and so many of the items are staples in my pantry and keep for […]

  34. Carolyn December 10, 2011 at 2:05 pm - Reply

    I saw the organic sugar when I was there last time, but wasn’t sure if it was healthy to get. I know it’s organic but is it just as unhealthy as nonorganic sugar? I’ve been trying to figure out the best (and cheapest!) way to replace regular sugar in my baking but not sure yet. I am new to all this natural and organic and I am finding the learning curve is steep! 🙂

    • Crystal Collins December 10, 2011 at 5:37 pm - Reply

      I personally chose not to get it. It is highly processed and refined, despited the fact that it is organic. Through this it has lost most of its nutritional value. However, it is better than just getting regular sugar as it isn’t tainted with pesticides or any other chemicals. It just depends on what you are looking for if you get it. I might eventually get some for some of my baking. But too much of any type of sugar isn’t healthy for the body.

      • Carolyn December 10, 2011 at 7:03 pm - Reply

        That was my thinking. I am trying to find more recipes that don’t have lots of sugar in them. But do you have something you recommend in place of sugar?

    • Emily December 10, 2011 at 6:26 pm - Reply

      Carolyn, my body doesn’t do well with refined sugar (organic or not) so I replace with Sucanat. It is brown (same color as brown sugar, more or less) and made up of tiny balls rather than crystals. Tastes a bit molassesy, but you’ll never notice in most recipes. I love it because it is barely refined at all – just slightly heated so the water evaporates out. I get mine from http://www.azurestandard.com

      • Carolyn January 11, 2012 at 12:56 pm - Reply

        Thank you so much for the info!! There is a co-op out of Atlanta that delivers to me in Florida that sells Sucanat in bulk. It’s Bread Beckers, which through the co-op, offers cheap shipping and a 5% discount. I have found being in Florida, shipping is pretty costly from most places. I think I am going to go ahead and order some organic rolled oats, brown rice and sucanat in big bulk and see how it works out. THANK YOU for all the help and advice!!!

  35. Kristin F. December 12, 2011 at 2:08 am - Reply

    The costco in our area (seattle area) also has twin packs of dave’s killer bread (organic) in 2 varieties for around $6.50 per twin pack. They also have organic single serving hummus packs, not sure the price though (I think it’s Sabra).

  36. Wendy December 12, 2011 at 2:12 am - Reply

    I know this isn’t Costco but Bountiful Baskets is now offering LOTS of pickup areas around Seattle and they have organic produce baskets for I think $25 a week…5 loaves of organic bread for $12 and I just heard that they will be carrying organic flour and Olive oil starting in Jan. Check them out!!

    • Crystal Collins December 12, 2011 at 10:44 am - Reply

      Great deal Wendy! Hopefully more people can take advantage of that since you recommended it. 🙂

      • Wendy December 12, 2011 at 10:49 am - Reply

        Oh we LOVE Bountiful Baskets. We buy a basket each week and bread about once a month. Not knowing what you’re getting each week is a little exciting and you get SOO much for the price! Our laundry basket is always overflowing with fresh fruits and veggies.
        I pick up our basket on Saturday and then make our weekly menu based on what we get. So much fun!

  37. Wendy December 12, 2011 at 10:50 am - Reply

    If anyone has questions about Bountiful Baskets feel free to ask away. We’ve been doing it for about a year.

  38. Heather December 12, 2011 at 9:06 pm - Reply

    Your Costco has so many more organics than mine! 🙁 I wonder if I can order some from online to ship to store …hmmmmm Thanks for sharing!

  39. Olga December 29, 2011 at 4:07 pm - Reply

    can u use mfgt coupons at costco ? I know they have their own coupons, but I always wondered if I can use my clipped coupons as well (as long as the quantities/sizes) match

  40. The Thrifty Mama December 29, 2011 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    Not at Costco. You can at BJ’s Wholesale Club, though.

  41. Heather Brandt January 21, 2012 at 8:02 am - Reply

    How do you use organic frozen carrots? I’d love info. on how to use them. We use carrots in recipes and for juicing but not sure if that would work with frozen whole carrots?

    • Crystal Collins January 21, 2012 at 10:20 am - Reply

      I use them in stews, soups, chili, or in smoothies. 🙂

      • Heather Brandt January 22, 2012 at 8:08 pm - Reply

        Do you cut them before freezing?

        • Crystal Collins January 23, 2012 at 3:28 pm - Reply

          Yes I either cut them in small slices (like for stew), or shred them.

  42. Katie White January 25, 2012 at 3:20 pm - Reply

    Crystal,

    Just wondering which Costco this list comes from. I was hoping it was Kennesaw, but I went today and could not find several of these items.

    Thanks!

    • Crystal Collins January 26, 2012 at 9:28 am - Reply

      It comes from both Kennesaw and a location in Texas. Sorry you had trouble finding some items. Which items were they?

  43. Sonja @ practical-stewardship.com February 9, 2012 at 1:51 am - Reply

    Great list! How often do you update prices? Thanks for sharing!

  44. Nicole K. February 13, 2012 at 5:27 pm - Reply

    I would agree that this is a very concise list! I shop @ the Southlake, TX store, and the main things I go for are the organic produce and a few other high-nutrition, minimally processed items. I highly recommend the organic blueberries, organic apples and the Maranatha Almond Butter (ground almonds only) 26 oz. $5.99. The Trident Farms Fish Sticks are the best and only ones I’ll buy, and well priced for a large bag, I believe $12.99.
    From what I was told recently by our local store, the Kashi Blueberry waffles are no longer carried, but may be again in the future.

    Thanks for your list–I’m sure many can benefit from your tips!

    Nicole

  45. Annie February 24, 2012 at 12:53 am - Reply

    I went yesterday to Costco, and saw Fruit Leathers. I think they were the original brand from the 90s when I first found them!

  46. Lander Michaels March 11, 2012 at 8:36 am - Reply

    Thank you so uch for the list.
    One thing that has not been metioned is the dog food. I payed big bucks for y dog food and then I found out about the 2 different Costco brands online. Kirkland signature is 25$ for 40Lbs. I was spending 31.99$ for 15Lbs. and the Kirkland brand is about the same product but better. Not only are y dogs coats shiny, now they are soft. Then my really old dog I feed her Taste of the Wild (because of skin allergies), I have just switched to Costco Nature’s Domain and save 18$ a bag. I think its the same food. I have to drive a hour to go to costco but I save over 200$ every two months in dog food alone!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I had just informed my DH of these facts and then found your list online. We are a big organic family and was so happy. I do go to a coop in Savannah but costco had some of the products even my coop does not get, like chicken and beef base. Also saving money on other products like the butter, meats, cheese, sugar, and OJ. Thank you so much.

  47. Joe March 29, 2012 at 3:35 pm - Reply

    Natural is not a regulated word. You feature the “Natural” Heinz vinegar. It is made from corn, and considering that 75% or so of the corn crop grown in the US is made from GMO corn, it is highly likely that the Heinz vinegar contains GMO corn.

    If you’re concerned about eating mostly organic, I can’t believe you’d want to add GMO vinegar to your food.

  48. […] Buying in bulk is a great way to save money! I have been going to Costco for a long time and it saves me quite a bit of money! I love that they have so many organic items there, if you haven’t been lately, they have quite a bit to choose from, like coffee, spinach, lettuce, chicken, meat, orange juice, frozen berries & vegetables, peanut butter and a lot more there! You can find more items and even a price sheet here! […]

  49. […] Even less expensive in make-ahead: Wholesale stores like Costco are increasing their offering of organic frozen produce. […]

  50. Rebecca June 16, 2012 at 5:43 pm - Reply

    Thank you for this list! We are slowly trying to change the way we eat. You have done a lot of leg work for us. Thank you!!

  51. Akemi July 23, 2012 at 8:21 am - Reply

    Thank You so much for putting this online! It was very helpful and I found some new things I would like to try!

  52. Shannon September 1, 2012 at 4:11 pm - Reply

    Great list by the way!! Terrific that you took the time to do this. One thing though is that they have changed the peanut butter to just “Natural” and no longer organic. I am hoping that they go back or maybe it is just a temporary thing. Anyone else have this at their Costco as well?

    • Crystal Collins September 4, 2012 at 10:32 am - Reply

      Mine still has the organic. I really hope this isn’t a permanent change!! 🙁

  53. Teri November 19, 2012 at 10:31 am - Reply

    Our Costco just started carrying whole organic apples. Yay!

  54. BRIDGET January 11, 2013 at 8:13 am - Reply

    THANKS FOR THE LIST
    I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF COSCO PRODUCE IS ALSO GMO FREE

  55. Annie January 12, 2013 at 3:48 am - Reply

    The new Sambazon Organic acai juice has new packaging. Is it the same size as the Ball bottles that they used to use in the Costco size bottles? It seems smaller and for the same price.

  56. sarita January 25, 2013 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    Infinite gratitude & love for what you do, especially a list like that. A friend of mine has been and is an Organic Inspector. She says since the FDA took over the Organic testing/monitoring/labeling it is not a great process. The inspectors are not required to verify the product to be pesticide free. It is just a paperwork process….But I did not see any lentils/beans listed as Organic. I found Organic lentils/beans all kinds at a small hidden Indian Store in Ontario. They even have organic clarified butter “Ghee” . One item that is locally grown by organic inspector known as the Miracle Tree is also available in tea, capsule form at Kwality Indian Foods & Fashions-Vegan & Vegetarian foods….They will find you what you can’t find at Costco and other places…with infinite love & gratitude again

  57. sharon February 6, 2013 at 1:36 pm - Reply

    YIPPEE! I am SO HAPPY to have found this! Girl! You’re doing an awesome thing here. I’ve been struggling to provide organic meals for my family on a low budget, the STRESS! I cannot even describe the stress, but I’m sure others feel it too. My small town has nearly ZIP when it comes to organics and what they do have is ridiculously priced. I’ve nearly gone insane from the frustration. Now I know I’ve just gotta get to the valley and buy a Costco membership and totally restructure how I do my shopping—work yes, but it’s work that will finally pay off. Thank you SO SO much for rescuing me and my family from this confusion.

  58. Virginia February 9, 2013 at 10:37 am - Reply

    I agree with Sharon! Thank you so much for this list. I am slowly converting our family to organic products due to the cost factor. I wish so much that I could buy everything organic ALL AT ONCE. ::sigh:: The good thing is that we are more aware of ingredients and making wiser choices.

  59. Kat February 27, 2013 at 5:59 pm - Reply

    I think this is quite possibly the best coffee I have ever had (and according to Costco’s 5 star review I’m not the only one)

    Find someone to split it with so it doesn’t go stale on you as it comes as a pack of 2 @ 2.2 lbs each

    http://www.costco.com/Ruta-Maya®-Organic-Dark-Roast-Coffee.product.11495100.html

  60. Joey March 1, 2013 at 2:27 pm - Reply

    Just found your site. Wow! Love it. Thanks for such a wonderful informational site. I’ll check it often.

  61. Anon March 15, 2013 at 8:19 pm - Reply

    This is a great list but I did want to mention that I noticed at least one item that is not organic on this list. This one contains additives. It’s a step in the right direction that the product is made with non-GMOs, but the additives bounce it out of the organic category. http://silk.com/products/unsweetened-original-almondmilk

    • Beth K March 17, 2013 at 10:09 pm - Reply

      Yes, the Silk Pure Almond Milk is in the natural deals category. 🙂

  62. nicole April 23, 2013 at 4:06 pm - Reply

    FAGE is NOT organic

    • Beth K April 24, 2013 at 1:48 am - Reply

      That is correct. The Fage products are listed under the Natural Deals.

    • anonymous April 24, 2013 at 11:31 am - Reply

      READ PEOPLE!!! She has done a great job at listing all the organic and natural and whole foods available! Let’s do our job and READ carefully, not being quick to judge!

  63. […] I do also frequent the club bulk store Costco. Yes, you do pay $50 a year but the discounts I get on organic butter, sugar, veggies, cheese, salad dressing, and snacks are well worth it to me. They have a huge selection of organic and all natural foods to choose from. The Thrifty Mama has a great list of items and their typical prices at Costco, see this link: http://www.thethriftymama.com/costco-organic-price-list.html […]

  64. Glenda June 19, 2013 at 11:47 am - Reply

    Thank you for this site. We live in Texas and a new Costco is being built near us. I normally shop at Whole Foods for produce that is highly sprayed with pesticides and they also have good prices on lamb.
    We now have Sprouts and Trader Joe’s so its getting better.
    I am a kidney cancer survivor from 2005 and we are about to battle hubby’s Lymphomatic Leukemia (CLL/SLL)
    I am going to make a spread sheet for Costco/Trader Joe’s/Sprouts per ounce or count. I don’t trust any fresh organic Walmart produce. Just non parishables.

  65. Jody July 25, 2013 at 2:43 pm - Reply

    Hello!

    Just wanted to say “thank you” for this list. I am a dietitian and you have made my search so much easier as I plan to share this information with my clients. Again, THANK YOU for your time and effort put into this.

    ~ Jody

    • Crystal Collins July 25, 2013 at 10:17 pm - Reply

      That’s great! So glad it is helping you! You’re so welcome 🙂

  66. KHRIS September 5, 2013 at 9:45 am - Reply

    Would love to see an update : )

  67. Vicky September 9, 2013 at 7:04 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for compiling this list Crystal! 🙂
    My mom has been encouraging me to go organic/natural, and Costco’s my favorite store.

  68. Heather October 29, 2013 at 6:12 pm - Reply

    Costco also sells frozen Orange juice made in CHINA!! It looks the same as the normal frozen o.j. but when you look at the label it is all written in Chinese!

  69. Denise January 15, 2014 at 11:48 am - Reply

    Can you post a “Last Updated” date on the top of this page? I like that you put new items in red, but I’m not sure how old the prices/availability are. Thanks!

  70. Denise January 15, 2014 at 4:47 pm - Reply

    FYI, I contacted Costco by email today and confirmed that the Kirkland Organic oatmeal variety box (55ct) you have listed above has been discontinued.

  71. la January 21, 2014 at 6:30 pm - Reply

    I used to get the pumpking flax cereal from Costco until I found out that I get the natures path plumkin flax cereal 11.__ oz cereal box for $1.98 after a store coupon(HEB) which is cheaper than costco

  72. PAUL TENENBAUM April 26, 2014 at 9:55 am - Reply

    does Costco carry “WHITE TEA”? IF NOT, CAN THEY OBTAIN? IT IS VERY NUTRITIONALLY AND HELPFUL. PLEASE ADVISE. THANK YOU.
    PAUL T.

  73. Heather Burke May 12, 2014 at 9:45 pm - Reply

    I am seriously interested in having the date that this list was compiled on. I am promoting the fact that we can eat healthy, nutritional and safe foods at reasonable prices. I teach workshops and at a Senior College in order to share this information.
    Heather Burke
    Anacortes, WA

  74. Holly May 21, 2014 at 2:59 pm - Reply

    This is a great resource for me. Costco’s organic butter is only $1 more total than 2 packs at my grocery store when on sale. Totally worth it :]

  75. concerned citizen June 12, 2014 at 7:10 pm - Reply

    Wondering if Costco’s bulk onions are saturated in roundup or not. / Per cheeze; We choose Tillamook. / All this great talk about Costco, but I’m not so sure. They don’t inform you what is and is not loaded with chemicals, gmo ingredients, synthetics, rancid oils, food fraud suspects, etc, etc. We still prefer to go to Natural Growers, aka Vitamin Cottage, for proper brand identification. Natural Growers is the only retail food store that I know of, which actually will research all products, and not allow them on the shelf if they’re not wholesome. Go there for your brand identification. Just organic is not enough. You must insist on gmo free.

  76. Kari June 24, 2014 at 11:07 pm - Reply

    Hi thank you so much for the list! Just want to point out for those of us that choose not to eat genetically modified ingredients that Kashi and Morningstar farms products are GMO. Thanks!

  77. Jozie December 10, 2014 at 11:00 am - Reply

    It would be very useful if you could post an attached PDF spreadsheet of this list, that we could download and add to or update for prices in our area. I live near Canadian border but travel to Costco about 1.5hrs away 4 times per year to stock up on organics and supplies.

    I have noticed a more than dramatic increase in prices of the organic items. Fir instance, in 2012 the True Roots Quinoa 4lb was infact 9.99 here, as well as sime other True Roots items of similar size. That same Quinoa is now 18.99 for the same size bag.

    If all of us downloaded a spreadsheet with an itemized list of organics offered there, we could update and repost as attachment or pictures with prices at our costcos. This might be more useful. We could add colums of other places to reflect the best prices as well.
    or perhaps we could just submit the prices of our costcos and Crystal could update them on one chart and post them online?

    any ideas?

    • Crystal Collins December 11, 2014 at 8:26 am - Reply

      I think that is a fantastic idea! I will work on this Jozie!

  78. Jen January 8, 2015 at 11:17 am - Reply

    This is amazing! Thank you for all your hard work as it’s greatly appreciated!

  79. Diesel January 10, 2015 at 2:06 pm - Reply

    Luckily the Costco broccoli is now from Ecaudor!

  80. Jessica January 28, 2015 at 1:21 pm - Reply

    Good list, but “all natural,” doesn’t really mean anything. It’s just a fancy marketing ploy. For example, Food Should Taste Good brand is owned by General Mills and their products are chock full of chemically-laden products and GMOs.

  81. Clara April 20, 2015 at 1:04 pm - Reply

    Crystal would you be so kind? I am interested in finding out what is the percentage of Organic food items that Costco offers customers. Would you know?
    Thank you kindly,

    Claire

    • Crystal Collins April 20, 2015 at 1:09 pm - Reply

      Hmm… I’m not exactly sure. I do know it is a lot, and they are always adding new organic items.

  82. gigi July 21, 2015 at 11:13 pm - Reply

    What we need to know (assumed @first & got excited, but then realized it might not be everywhere) is if the organic spinach is at the Grandville, MI Costco or not. Such a produce “basic” I would think would be in all of them … but would sure like to know for sure before putting out a membership fee. Compared to the grocery store, if it is here & the same price we see on this list, we could save more than the membership in a year on just the spinach *IF* it’s there/the same price/& we use about one/week as we have been. Sure hoping! 😉

  83. gigi July 21, 2015 at 11:19 pm - Reply

    Just realized that a lot of these notes go back a few years. I hope the prices have been updated! If not, perhaps their organic produce/spinach could be approximately grocery store price, after all.
    (saw spinach here, 1# for $3.79, while now $5.49 in grocery ~~ up recently from $4.99/#; we use about one of these a week; sometimes more, sometimes less, so I’d still say 1/wk avg, so $1.70 diff/week x52 = $88.40. So, if it’s still that, and stays that way for awhile, the membership+ could be recouped).
    Thank you for hopefully having an answer to this. 😉

  84. Jean August 2, 2015 at 7:54 pm - Reply

    Just got back from Costco. I got a 1.5# bag of ready-to-eat power greens with baby spinach and kale for $5.49. That’s $3.66/lb. I was disappointed that the only fresh organic fruit offerings were blueberries and mangos. I was visiting in TX last week, and the Costco there had more organic fresh and frozen fruit selections.
    I was getting cartons of 8oz aseptic boxes of organic milk, which Costco has now stopped carrying, but continues with sugary flavored organic milks which are a lot less healthy.
    Overall, there are a lot of organic foods for a great discount over purchasing at the grocery store. Of course, you have to be able to use the large quantities before they spoil to make it worthwhile.

  85. Julie September 10, 2015 at 7:11 pm - Reply

    Hi, I live a good 1.5 hrs and a time zone away from a Costco, I’d love it if this was updated as I send my husband there a few times a month as he works in Tallahassee where the Costco is. I am thankful that you have kept it up for many yrs it seems as I see the comments go way back. If it’s not too much trouble to update it again soon especially with the Holiday’s coming, I’m trying to eat GMO free and organic but so difficult in a tiny town.
    I wonder if there is a list like this for Sam’s too, it’s a tad closer to me but still a good drive away.
    thanks a bunch!

  86. Wendy January 3, 2016 at 2:52 pm - Reply

    Fage yogurt is organic? They don’t have a GMO free nor Organic label….

  87. Wendy January 3, 2016 at 3:14 pm - Reply

    Can you please clarify which cheese at Costco is organic ? I haven’t seen it but would love to find it. Thank you!

  88. JozieK May 16, 2016 at 6:40 pm - Reply

    Very much appreciate the list above. Since it seems food is being imported from “all over creation” (as my grandmother would say), perhaps it would be a good idea if at the end of each listing above you could just put *USA* . That would indicate to all of us that it was grown in the USA, because there is so much that is imported from so many countries and even grown elsewhere but just packaged here…..

  89. Leslie Estes May 17, 2016 at 9:40 pm - Reply

    Hello,
    Great info, thank you! But I noticed the prices are much higher in some things in my area (Denver). When was this list last updated?
    Thanks again!

  90. Kate August 11, 2016 at 10:50 am - Reply

    What a complete and utter waste of time. Just buy conventional and save yourself from being duped by a marketing scheme. Organic foods generally use feces as their fertilizer and the pesticides allowed on organic farms are more toxic than Roundup. You are all fools.

  91. PJ October 18, 2016 at 1:01 pm - Reply

    I’d like to see a list of Costco stores that do indeed sell a number of organics. The truth being, some stores carry very little, others more. 2 stores in same city of Tucson AZ are different. One sells much more than the other. Store in Albuquerque NM is very disappointing organically speaking..

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