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The Best Groceries to Buy at Costco Under $10

These will be your new favorite healthy buys at the beloved warehouse.

Costco has a little bit of everything—from special-edition treats to bulk foods you should never buy and deals on random products you won't find anywhere else. But the big-box store also has a ton of healthy groceries hiding among the aisles that you should absolutely add to your shopping list.

Of course, you already know that picking up items like fresh produce and seafood is always a healthy choice, but there are so many other great finds at the warehouse that are low in calories, sugar, carbohydrates, and overly processed ingredients. Ahead, find eight of the best groceries you can buy at Costco right now for a major steal—aka under $10! But, you better hurry before they sell out.

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Nut Pods creamer

Nut Pods
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Nut Pods creamers offer a wide variety of dairy alternatives for your favorite morning beverage. These creamers are also low in calories, sugar, and carbs, making them a healthy choice to add to your coffee every morning. You can find them at most Costco locations for just $9.99.

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Love Beets Organic Cooked Beets

Love Beets
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Love Beets' Organic Cooked Beets make life easy. The pack of beets is already cooked, so all you have to do is pop them out, throw them on a salad or in a dish, and enjoy. It makes eating your veggies super easy. You can find these at Costco at most locations for $8.79.

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Courtesy of Whisps

Whisps are the perfect snack option if you're looking for something low carb, high protein, and gluten-free. They're made from cheese and not a whole lot else! You can find bags of these at most Costcos for $9.89.

Tribe Dark Chocolate Hummus

Tribe Dark Chocolate Hummus
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If you have a sweet tooth, try Tribe's Dark Chocolate Hummus instead of a traditional chocolate thatt's packed with sugar. This will give you a dip for fruit or crackers that has a touch of dark chocolate without all of the unhealthy calories. You'll find this at most Costcos for $5.99.

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Taylor Farms Organic Avocado Ranch Chopped Kit

Taylor Farms Avocado Ranch Salad
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Costco has delicious bagged salad options that can make eating healthy very simple. Try Taylor Farms' Organic Avocado Ranch salad kit with everything you need in one bag. You can also swap out any of the higher-calorie ingredients (like the "Salted Corn Flax Chips") for healthier toppings, like almonds, if you prefer. Grab a big bag of this salad at Costco for $6.99.

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Jojo's Guilt-Free Chocolate

Jojo's Guilt-Free Chocolate
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Jojo's Guilt Free Chocolate bars are a delicious dark chocolate topped with pistachios, almonds, and cranberries. These will give you a sweet treat that's not full of sugar or carbs. If you like to have sweets on hand at home but you're worried about having something unhealthy, this is a great alternative. A pack of 14 of these at Costco should run you $9.99.

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Kirkland Organic Frozen Green Beans

Kirkland Organic Frozen Green Beans

Costco's Kirkland brand has a ton of frozen fruits and vegetables that are under $10. Whether you're looking for frozen blueberries, mixed vegetables, or a staple like these green beans, there are plenty to choose from. These will help you cut corners while cooking but still help you eat your veggies. This bag at Costco is $8.32.

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Nature's Intent Chia Seeds

Nature's Intent chia seeds
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Chia seeds are a healthy choice to have in order to add fiber and calcium to your diet. Pour some of these into an alternative milk to make chia pudding, or simply sprinkle them on a dish as a garnish. They're very versatile, and cost only about $8.70 at Costco.

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Hedy Phillips
Hedy is a freelance writer with years of experience covering buzzy food trends, wellness, and weight loss. Read more about Hedy