Even More Great Vegan Products at Costco

A few months ago, I wrote about great vegan products I found at Costco. I thought it was time to feature some new stuff. I can’t get enough of Costco. I am obsessed. The wholesale store’s gas prices are the best (a major bonus in LA), fantastic deals on everything, AND they pay their employees a fair wage. I used to think that a vegan wouldn’t find anything at Costco—isn’t it just meat and giant croissants? I couldn’t have been more wrong.

So here some of my new favorite finds. Of course, products vary from store to store so what I found in my Burbank location might not be in your store. BUT I HOPE YOU CAN GET EVERYTHING.

1. Kirkland Signature Shampoo & Conditioner

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Dude, it’s 100% vegan and clearly states that it wasn’t tested on animals. Also, it’s a gigantic bottle that is seemingly endless. The shampoo and conditioner are sold separately for $19.99. They smell great too.

2. Victoria’s Marinara Sauce

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I’m from Jersey, and so I’m really picky about my Italian food. In Los Angeles, I miss bagels, real Italian food, and Italian ice the most. ONLY Elizabeth Castoria‘s dad’s marinara sauce with vegan meatballs cuts the mustard for me. But I have to say that this Victoria Marinara Sauce is a good substitute for when I don’t have Elizabeth’s dad’s sauce. You get two giant jars, which can tide me over until I see Elizabeth next.

This company also makes a line of vegan sauces like a vodka sauce and alfredo that are hella good too.

3. Kirkland Almond Butter

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I am an almond butter fiend, but the stuff is expensive elsewhere. This giant jar is less than $10, and lets me feed my addiction.

4. Hail Merry Meyer Lemon Mini Tarts

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When I saw these tarts at Costco, I freaked out. I love Hail Merry‘s miracle tarts—the Chocolate Raw Almond Butter is my fave (see above), but the Meyer Lemon one is a close second. It’s so cool to see this company at Costco.

5. Harmless Harvest 100% Raw Coconut Water

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Yes, coconut water is everywhere, but the Harmless Harvest brand is the real deal. Costco sells a big pack of four for less than you’ll find for the smaller bottles at Whole Foods. And if you get a pink bottle of coconut water, don’t freak out. It’s natural.

6. Gardein Meatless Breaded Cutlets

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I just spotted these bad boys recently. Brendan and I like to douse the breaded cutlets in Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Sauce (accidentally vegan) for buffalo chicken. I cut up a cutlet into slices to put on a salad. I’m going to pair the cutlet with Victoria Marinara Sauce and vegan mozzarella for chicken parm. I’ve also found the Gardein Mandarin Crispy Chick’n and the Chick’n Sliders too.

What great vegan items have you found at Costco?

 

 

18 Comments on “Even More Great Vegan Products at Costco

    • The Kirkland brand shampoo, conditioner, and lotion are all vegan! They state it on the bottles—”no animal testing or animal ingredients.” In addition to the products I listed, they also have great vegetables and fruit too. Which location do you go to? I go to Burbank and Atwater Village, and they always have great vegan products. You just have to hunt a little.

  1. Hell yeah! I only recently joined Costco for their cheap and surprisingly high-quality photo printing services, so I have yet to fully explore their edible offerings. Thrilled to hear that they’re stocking Harmless Harvest coconut water, since it’s one of my favorites and of course, one of the most expensive options out there.

    • Hey Hannah! Yes, if you do a little hunting at Costco, there’s a lot of great vegan options. Product options vary city to city, so hopefully, they have Harmless Harvest available at yours. I also love their unsalted nuts for vegan cooking—like almonds, walnuts, and cashews. Enjoy!

  2. I’ve heard some people have found Field Roast I haven’t found it in my area yet.
    Just got a case of Svelte drinks in the coffee flavor. I like to get Justin’s Organic Peanut Butter Cups at Costco.

    • Whoa! Where are you located? I want Svelte and Justin’s PB cups! And Field Roast would be awesome too. Thanks for sharing what you’ve found. Now I want to find those next time I go.

  3. I am gluten intolerant and have found they carry alot of things. Almond flour, crispy rice rollers, dark chocolate covered nuts and fruit, Milton’s gluten free everything cracker, Perfect Bar (3 flavors). They do have alot more. Have to go to Baton Rouge now, but Lafayette is getting one soon,.

  4. I’m not vegan, but I’m gluten & dairy sensitive, so vegan takes care of the dairy part. I’ve been very pleased with Costco as they gradually add more items to their inventory for my sensitivities but also my forever hunt to find organic, GMO free, “clean” products. I noticed also on the tart package above it says “paleo friendly” which, by default, is gluten & dairy free. I always roam the food aisles occasionally just to stay on top of what Costco’s latest offerings are. To be able to buy items like almond flour & almond butter at a much better price than what I can find at the local grocery stores makes me one HAPPY CAMPER.

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    • I haven’t seen vegan mozzarella at Costco in awhile. I use Daiya mozzarella. Trader Joe’s now has vegan mozzarella shreds. The company Follow Your Heart makes good vegan mozzarella slices. I’m in California and I’ve found these products at Smart & Final, my local Sprouts grocery store, and health food stores. Hopefully, you can find them in your area!

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