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Imagine my delight when I went to Costco today (very rare for me, but once in while I make the trek to stock up on some items) and found the following:   a huge bag of organic baby kale, Nutiva coconut oil, hemp seeds (I'm not kidding), chia seeds and organic spring salad mix - not to mention a mega bag of frozen pineapple - all at lower cost that even the least expensive local health food stores. I am so happy to know that Costco is catching the wave - and getting hip to what we want - wow - I was giddy!  May you also find some treasures in your quest for healthy choices.

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Comment by Supermom on April 14, 2013 at 9:27pm

Costco sounds great! I hope to sell my home this summer and move to a town that has a Costco, Whole Foods, and soon a Trader Joe's! Some people living there now do not understand the blessings they have!

Comment by Sally R on April 11, 2013 at 1:01am

You have to keep looking around, last trip I found organic red delicous apples, 20 apples for 10 bucks! I really love costco. Also you can't beat the giant bag of organic carrots for under 5 dollars.

Comment by L. on April 10, 2013 at 1:08pm

Those things are why I bought my costco membership.  I was in a state of shock the first time I went there!! :)  They rose the price of their avocados though at  And I have a feeling it was because of me and my boyfriend.  We were buying 3 bags a week, every week, and it lowered when we stopped, went back up when we started again and rose again this week.  They're now almost the same exact price as the avocados you buy at any other store.  So now I've got to take it to the next level and buy at one of those big wholesale places where they don't let you look at the produce without signing a waiver.

Comment by Janet Carol Ryan on April 10, 2013 at 11:46am

hi friends -I so agree that some of the methods (packaging for instance) or choices (exotic rather than local) are not so ecologically friendly (which is why I generally do not frequent such stores as Costco) and yet how wonderful for us 'pioneers' to see that the things that we enjoy and desire for healthy choices are beginning to be more available in the 'mainstream'. I love hearing from you about your local markets - this community is so cool!

Comment by Kate Frances on April 10, 2013 at 1:45am

How great! Our local Morrisons supermarket (we live in a one-horse old fashioned seaside town) has now started stocking fresh almond milk, mooli, red kale, lotus root, fresh turmeric and dozens of rare (for us) veggies and fruits. It's brilliant from a cuisine point of view! ...although not very environmentally friendly, I guess  :( 

Comment by LaTricia E. Morris on April 10, 2013 at 12:48am

That's awesome!  We don't have one close by (more like over an hour and a half away).  But, it is good to know that these foods are being made more readily accessible to the general public.  Sometimes it just has to be where they normally shop to bring it into their consideration, you know? 

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