Because every Costco has different inventory, and that inventory tends to change over time, it’s difficult to provide a precise list of the exact vegan-friendly products you’ll find at your local store. Vegans have reported finding bulk sizes of vegan products such as Just Mayo, Dr. Praeger’s vegan veggie burgers, Hail Merry baked goods, Gardein frozen products, Pacific coconut milk, Justin’s dark chocolate peanut butter cups, and more.
Additionally, Costco has a large fresh produce section with many organic options, adding further vegan value to a warehouse membership. Their frozen foods section also has a great selection of frozen vegetables, fruits, and vegan protein such as dairy- and egg-free veggie burgers. Giant bags of rice, beans, nuts, dried fruits, and grains are also likely on offer at any given Costco store.
Given this foundation of good vegan options and the enthusiastic reporting from Costco member vegans in the field, this is definitely a grocery option worth exploring for vegans. Vegans have even reported finding vegan baked goods such as apple pie in their Costco bakery.
The store’s own house brand, Kirkland Signature, also offers a variety of vegan-approved options, including:
Kirkland Signature Dark Chocolate Covered Mangoes
Kirkland Signature Organic Tortilla Chips
Kirkland Signature Vitamins (including Vitamin B12)
Kirkland Signature Organic Animal Crackers
Kirkland Signature Shampoo and Conditioner
Kirkland Signature Organic Strawberry Spread
Kirkland Signature Organic Southwestern Black Bean Soup
Kirkland Signature Organic Soymilk (in flavors including unsweetened and vanilla)
Kirkland Signature Almond Butter
Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Filled Pretzel Nuggets
Kirkland Signature Semi-Sweet 51% Cacao Chocolate Chips
Kirkland Signature Organic Olive Oil
Kirkland Signature Organic Coconut Oil
Kirkland Signature Roasted Seasoned Seaweed
Kirkland Signature Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds with Turbinado Sugar and Sea Salt
Kirkland Signature 70% Dark Chocolate Truffles