Food & Nutrition

10 Kirkland Items You Should Always Buy at Costco

Pistachios

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No matter how tasty they are, it can be hard to justify the price of pistachios—unless you’re at Costco. At face value, a $ 15 bag seems like a lot, but you’ll change your mind when you see the three-pound package you get. For comparison, a two-pound bag of Wonderful pistachios costs $ 13 on Amazon. Really, you can’t go wrong with any Kirkland nuts, so stock up on walnuts and mixed nuts too.

Plastic wrap

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Kirkland’s food wrap gets high marks for its durability, so the low price is just the icing on the cake. Paying less than $ 10 for two 750-square-foot rolls, you won’t need to stock up on plastic wrap again for a long time. You should also always stock up if you see this symbol on a Costco price tag.

Quinoa

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With more protein and fiber than white rice, quinoa has unsurprisingly gone from food fad to kitchen staple. Unfortunately, that hasn’t convinced most companies to lower their prices. At Target, you’ll get three pounds for $ 12 (not bad), but Costco offers 4.5 pounds for $ 9. It’s still not as cheap as rice, but it’s definitely a healthier option.

Extra virgin olive oil

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A 2010 report found that most EVOO on U.S. store shelves wasn’t extra virgin like their labels claimed. One notable exception: Kirkland’s organic version. So not only are you paying less per serving than you would at the supermarket, but you can guarantee good quality. How’s that for a solid deal?

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