Costco: New Organic Products I Found {April 2015}

New Organic Products at Costco

WOW! My Costco has added quite a few new organic products to it’s shelves. I ran around and snapped pictures and noted prices.

My pictures aren’t great. They aren’t even good. It was crowded and busy when I went, so I just tried to get the best picture that also had pricing information.

Prices and products at Costco can vary – but usually not by much. Just keep that in mind when you shop.

Whole Fruit Organic Juice

FROZEN:

Whole Fruit with Organic Juice $9.99/24 count

Organic Frozen Edamame $11.99/12 steamable bags

Organic Pomegranate Arils $8.99/bag

Organic Pineapple $6.99/3 lbs

Organic Spinach and Kale Blend $8.59/4 lb bag

BIBIGO Organic Potstickers $9.99/2 lbs

Organic Lentil Trio

FOOD:

Organic Lentil Trio $7.89/3 lb bag

Organic RAW Pure & Simple Instant Oat Packets Maple & Brown Sugar $9.99/40

Organic NUTZO Seeds and Nut Butter $16.79/Jar

Organic Walnuts $19.99/2 lbs

Organic Simple Bites Seeds, Nuts and Fruit Clusters $7.99/20 oz bag

Go Raw Organic Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds $9.39/bag

Organic Pistachios $15.79/bag

HOME and GARDEN:

It’s back! The chicken coop is back!

Costco Chicken Coop

The coop is priced at $279.99

Costco Composter

Costco is also selling this double composting bin for $149.99.

Finally, if you are getting ready to garden, you can pick up Miracle Grow Organic Potting Mix bags for just $9.99!

Have you found a favorite new organic product at Costco?

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Comments

  1. I LOVE Costco. Our closest one is 40 minutes away, but we make the drive about once a month to stock up.
    Only thing is that sometimes they don’t keep something we love in stock. Like those Organic fruit pops you have.. my husband LOVES those.. and last time I went.. no pops. :-(.. so sad. LOL.
    It’s a great place though!!!

  2. Mikki, I LOVE Costco too! This is actually the first time I’ve seen those pops. I’d bet they are seasonal, so you may be able to find them next time you go! Make room in the freezer just in case. 😉 Andrea

  3. J Oliver says:

    Great post! Do you happen to know who the manufacturer of the coop is? I couldn’t make it out in the picture.

  4. Hi Jennifer, I can’t read the manufacturer on my photo either and I’m afraid I didn’t pay attention when I was in store. Sorry! Andrea

  5. I checked Costco online and it looks like chicken coop mfg is Trixie

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