It’s hard to turn down a famous, hearty Chicken Bake – especially when it’s even cheaper to eat in bulk! But, luckily, Costco makes it just as easy to eat healthy foods as it does to eat, well, unhealthy stuff. Next time you’re roaming the warehouse store’s aisles, here’s what you should look out for.

Kirkland Organic Peanut Butter
Usually when manufacturers add “organic” to a label, the price skyrockets. The exception? Kirkland Organic Peanut Butter. You’ll find two 28-ounce jars for only $9.99 at Costco — in most other stores, a 16-ounce jar of organic peanut butter can be about $5 alone. Eating veggies and peanut butter has never been easier.

Kirkland Organic Quinoa
It’s time to make your salads and entrees officially fancy — with quinoa. Many stores will force you to pay $5 for 1 pound of organic quinoa. Costco’s organic quinoa bag is 4.5 pounds and costs only $9.49. Why buy it anywhere else?

Kodiak Protein Pancake Mix
Pancakes have never been healthier or more nutritious since the world was introduced to Kodiak’s protein pancakes! Make your mornings a little more satisfying and pick up a massive 72-ounce box for $11.99. That’s massive savings.

Milton’s Cauliflower Crust Pizza
Would you believe me if I said this is better than Trader Joe’s cauliflower crust pizza? Some say it’s even better than their homemade cauliflower crust pizzas. For $13.89, you get two pizzas, and it’s sure to be a hit at home.

GT’s Gingerade Kombucha
Stop picking up kombucha single-serve and paying a ton of extra money! Just go to Costco. GT is one of the best kombucha brands out there, and a six-pack is only $14.49, making each bottle $2.40. You’ll rarely find a bottle of kombucha that cheap anywhere else.

We hope these catch your eye! And if you haven’t become part of the transformative Costco experience yet, become an AFEUSA member and get your discounted Costco membership with exclusive coupons valued at over $60, including three FREE items! It’s never been easier to improve your business while keeping up a healthy lifestyle.

Article by
Wayne Goshkarian,
Director of Communications

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