29 Organic Foods You Can Buy at Costco

This Costco organic food list includes the best foods to buy at Costco. Don’t forget to add them to your Costco shopping list to eat healthily and save money on groceries, too!

E ach year during No Spend Month I do an assessment of our spending and ask myself, is this $55 Costco Membership really worth it? So far, each year I discover that yes it is easily worth the cost for all of the money I save on groceries.

The trick is to shop with a list and make sure I only buy the healthy real foods that are on it. Otherwise, it is very easy to come out with a bunch of junk, both food and other items, that we don’t need.

Surprisingly though, it isn’t all giant boxes of frozen taquitos and 6-pound bags of Frosted Flakes. There are actually quite a few organic foods available at Costco.

Sick of couponing, shopping sales, and meal planning only to find you’re still busting your grocery budget? This is the simple system my family used to cut our grocery budget in half.)

When you’re trying to live a healthy lifestyle, buying organic foods can get expensive. (Thanks to all the GrowingSlower Facebook fans that helped me compile this list!) Here are 29 Organic Foods you can save money on groceries on at Costco.

Costco Organic Food List

Organic Meat & Dairy

1. Whole Chickens

2. Chickens Breasts

3. Chicken Thigh Meat

4. Ground Beef

5. Eggs

6. Milk

7. Butter (also pastured)

Organic Fruits and Vegetables

8. Frozen Green Beans

9. Frozen Corn

10. Frozen Peas

11. Fresh Green Beans (in season)

12. Spinach

13. Kale

14. Apples

15. Frozen Berries

16. Canned Tomato Sauce
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Organic Grains & Cooking Supplies

17. Quinoa

18. Pasta

19. Sugar

20. Olive Oil

21. Coconut Oil

22. Bread

23. Granola

24. Brown Rice

Organic Snacks

25. Raisins

26. Tortilla Chips

27. Salsa

28. Apple Juice

29. Animal cookies

What other organic foods do you buy at Costco?

shannon Clark, LIFE & FINANCIAL Coach

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