It takes a visit to three, sometimes four, different grocers to stock my healthy kitchen. I know I am not alone. And, no offense to Costco, but it is the least favorite out of the bunch. Perhaps it’s the parking lot, maybe it’s the tempting gift cards, or the fact that I have to pay $50 a year to walk through the checkout line. For whatever reason, a visit to Costco feels like a drag. But, for all my griping, I must say, they are increasingly offering more and more organic foods. Even if it weren’t for needing diapers and wipes, I would still hit Costco for the bargain priced organic (and wild caught) goods.
While the Costco stock varies from store to store and month to month, I can always count on a few great deals on good quality (organic, wild caught and/or local) goods. Today, I found everything I was searching for, with exception for organic peppers.
Organic goods I buy at Costco
- Organic Ground Beef ($4.49 per lb)
- Coastal Range Organic Chicken Breasts ($5.99 per pound)
- Organic Chicken Stock ($12.39 for 6 quarts)
- Organic No Salt Seasoning ($8.29 for 14.5 oz)
- Organic Eggs ($7.25 for 2 dozen)
- Organic Baby Kale ($5.99 for 1.5 lbs)
- Organic Spinach ($3.49 for 1 lb)
- Wild Caught Mahi Mahi (frozen) ($19.59 for 3 pounds)
- Wild Caught Smoked Sockeye Salmon ($18.89 for two 8 oz packages)
- Organic Power Greens ($5.99 for 1.5 lbs)