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Costco Just Added These 7 Items to Its Online Store

From beverages to snacks, the warehouse chain is busy adding products to its digital inventory.
FACT CHECKED BY Joseph Neese

If you love food, it's fun to shop at Costco's hundreds of stores across the countryand we're not only talking about the free samples. In addition to Costco's expansive selection of bulk items, the desserts and snacks in the bakery section and food court of every warehouse have cult followings.

Though its digital applications have been criticized as outdated and slow, Costco has a wide selection of products available in its online store. They include clothing, electronics, furniture, home goods, and more items. To help you shop smarter for your groceries, we rounded up all of the new food and beverage items that just got added to Costco.com.

Related: Costco Just Brought Back These 3 Beloved Bakery Items

1

Strawberry Ginger Voss Sparkling Water

Costco Voss
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This sparkling water offering is one of the newest additions to Costco's online store. These beverages from Voss contain no calories, no sugar, and no sweeteners.

A three-pack of eight cans costs $23.99, which brings the price per can to only $1. They ship for free with a two-day order of $75 or more.

2

Grapefruit LaCroix

Costco LaCroix
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Another fizzy water option was just added to Costco.com, joining other LaCroix flavors like lime and the variety pack. However, this 24-pack is cheaper than its peers. At only $8.99 (versus up to $11.99), each can costs less than $0.40!

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3

Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts

Costco Pop-Tarts
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Joining the Pop-Tarts line-up on Costco's website is a 48-pack of Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon toaster pastries. The list price is $9.99, and this product ships free with a two-day order of $75 or more.

A bit of trivia: This was one of the original Pop-Tarts flavors to hit grocery store shelves in 1964.

4

Sargento Balanced Breaks Cheese & Crackers

Costco Cheese and Crackers
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Costco's inventory includes bulk ingredients, produce, and other loose food items, but sometimes convenience is necessary. Twelve-packs of Sargento Balanced Breaks, which pair cheese with either Ritz crackers or Wheat Thins, are one of the newest snacks on Costco.com. They contain 7 grams of protein and 170 calories, and the $11.99 price means each serving only costs $1.

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5

Clementine & Peach San Pellegrino

Costco San Pellegrino
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Costco has several flavors of San Pellegrino available for purchase online. There's a variety pack of 24 Blood Orange and Black Raspberry, Dark Morello Cherry and Pomegranate, and Tangerine and Wild Strawberry sparkling drinks. There are also individual 24-packs of the Blood Orange and Black Raspberry flavors.

The newest flavor that can be shipped right to members' doorsteps? Clementine and Peach. The 24-packs retail for $21.49 on Costco's website. Each can contains 35 calories and 7 grams of sugar. How does that compare to other fruity drinks? Here's Every Popular Drink in America—Ranked!

6

Push Pop Gummy Roll Pack

Costco Push Pop
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The early 2000s called, and they want their candy back—but one popular type is now available on Costco.com. An eight-pack of Push Pops Gummy Rolls retails for almost $15 at other stores, but it only costs $10.99 at the warehouse chain.

The packages include Berry Blast, Blue Raspberry, Strawberry, and Watermelon flavors. These would make great Halloween treats (even though the holiday is nearly 10 months away).

7

Kirkland Signature Napkins

Costco Kirkland napkins
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Kirkland-brand toilet paper made headlines over the summer after members reported dwindling supplies at warehouses across the country. Now, another popular paper product is available online: napkins. The "soft, absorbent and strong" causal dining napkins come in packages of 1,120. They cost $11.49 and also ship free with a $75 or more two-day order.

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Amanda McDonald
Amanda is a staff writer for Eat This, Not That!. Read more