Costco Albuquerque NM

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Costco
(505) 345-9411
1420 Renaissance Boulevard Ne
Albuquerque, NM
 
Costco
(505) 922-7400
9955 Coors Bypass Nw
Albuquerque, NM
 
Costco
(505) 332-6603
500 Eubank Blvd Se
Albuquerque, NM
 
Ross Dress For Less
(505) 889-0351
5001 Montgomery Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM
 
Family Dollar Store
(505) 296-2806
1416 Eubank Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM
 
Costco
(505) 332-6603
500 Eubank Blvd Se
Albuquerque, NM
 
Costco
(505) 922-7400
9955 Coors Bypass Nw
Albuquerque, NM
 
Costco
(505) 345-9411
1420 Renaissance Boulevard Ne
Albuquerque, NM
 
Kohl's Department Store
(505) 796-0364
6800 Holly Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM
 
Coronado Center
(505) 881-2700
Albuquerque, NM
 

Costco and Healthy Foods

When it comes to shopping for healthy and organic foods, I’ve heard many people complain about the price, stating that it is much more expensive than unhealthy foods. Sure, Whole Foods may not be cheap, but there are many other stores that provide you with healthy options that won’t break the bank. One in particular with which I’ve fallen in love is Costco.

A lot of people argue that being a member isn’t worth it because they could never go through the amount of food you have to buy, but Costco’s offerings are making it more and more worth the price of admission every week. I’ve been a member of Costco for the last few years and I constantly stumble upon healthy items that make me more and more appreciative of the $50 fee.

When you buy these products at Costco, organic and healthy foods become 30 – 50% cheaper than in regular supermarkets…making them competitive to non-organic and unhealthier foods. And for those of you who are afraid of not going through what you buy, I find that in my household of only two people, we EASILY go through the foods that are perishable within two-to-three weeks, while those that aren’t perishable, or have long shelf lives are consumed within a reasonable amount of time. Since each region’s local supermarkets’ prices vary, I’ve listed our own personal savings within the Boston region.

Product Amount you Purchase Savings
KIRKLAND
Organic Milk
Whole and 1%
3-1/2 Gallon Containers 25% – 30%
KIRKLAND
Organic
Large Brown Grade A Eggs
2 Dozen Eggs 30%
CARRINGTON FARMS
Organic Milled Flaxseed
32 Ounces 20%
WHOLESOME SWEETENERS
Organic Blue Agave Nectar
2 Bottles of 23.5 Ounces 50%
NATURE’S PATH
Flax Bran Flakes
Cereal
44 Ounce Bag 50%
FAGE
Plain Greek Yogurt 0% Fat (Fat-Free)
32 ounces 50%
KASHI
Go Lean Crunchy Nutrition Bars
24 Bars 40%
LUNDBERG
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