Great Finds from Costco Around the World

Great Finds from Costco Around the World

Beloved all around the world, Costco is a wholesale store that sells everything from grocery to tires. It’s currently operating in several countries around the world. We thought it would be interesting to cull a few interesting items from several countries’ Costco’s website. Since this blog is based in the US, we also include links to get similar products in the US. Enjoy!

From Costco Korea — Dried Pollack Fish Snack

Made from roasted pollack fish, this snack is one of the most popular snacks in South Korea. It’s a yummy and healthy snack, it is rich in protein and made without oil.

If you’re in the US, similar ones are available here and here. You could also check out HMart or any Korean/Asian grocery stores near you.

From Costco South Korea — Bibigo Kimchi 4 kinds mixed pack 500g x 4 pack, 21,990원 (won)

Bibigo Kimchi uses quality ingredients and respects the taste of nature to produce delicious and healthy kimchi. Traditional Korean kimchi made with carefully selected high-quality raw materials from our land. Included are Bibigo Chonggak Kimchi, Young Radish Kimchi, Kkakdugi Kimchi and White Kimchi.

If you’re in the US, check out this stir fried kimchi and this set of 5 kinds of kimchi. You could also check out HMart or any Korean/Asian grocery stores near you.

From Costco Taiwan — Kowkun Beef Jerky

If you’re in the US, check out this grass-fed beef jerky, this hot and spicy jerky, and the bestselling original taste.

From Costco Canada — Yupik Raw Cashews

If you’re in the US, you’ll find these everywhere, including from Nuts, Target, and We Got Nuts.

From Costco Taiwan — Orion Turtle Corn Soup Flavor

If you’re in the US, you’re lucky! You could find it here or at your closest Hmart. This snack is originally from South Korea, so any Korean market would probably carry it as well.

From Costco Japan — Ginza Lohmeyer Western-style New Year dishes three-tiered Costco original, ¥25,880

If you’re anywhere in the world, your best bet is to check out the closest, good rated Japanese restaurant.

From Costco Japan — Knob battledore Akane, ¥8,280

The New Year, which is the first time a baby is born, is called “New Year”, and it has been customary to give battledore. The beautiful battledore comes with a special wooden stand and each is proudly handmade. Check out this website for more information about it.

From Costco United Kingdom — The Dorset 5-Tier Cheese Celebration Cake, 10kg (Serves 100–140 People), £149.99

Stacked high with a variety of high-quality British cheeses, the Dorset Cheese Celebration Cake comprises a layer of mature, rich and rugged Coastal Cheddar, identifiable by its characteristic crunch, a layer of deliciously creamy Stilton, smoked Dorset Red, with its eye-catching, naturally-burnished amber rind, Wensleydale with Cranberries and to finish, the icing on the cake is a mature cheddar heart, preserved for freshness in a smooth, burgundy wax coating.

If you’re in the US, your local Costco should carry several cheese platters. For more options, check out this delectable European cheese platter from igourmet, French Soiree cheese tower from Williams Sonoma, and the ultimate cheese collection from Crate & Barrel.

From Costco United Kingdom — Brindisa Bellota 75% Ibérico Acorn Fed Ham on the Bone, 8kg, £349.99.

Brindisa’s Ibérico de Bellota hams have been matured for 3 years by a family who have cured hams since 1910. Made only from free-range pigs who forage for the acorns in the oak groves of southwest Spain. The pig’s diet of bellotas (acorns) give these hams their special succulence and flavour, when cured for 36 months in Guijuelo, Salamanca. The ham has a balance of savoury and sweet flavours with a nutty aroma, which is complex and long-lasting.

Brindisa offers a story of Spanish foods. Brindisa’s name comes from the word ‘Brindis’, which means to raise one’s glass in a toast, and Brindisa celebrates varied cultures, landscapes and exceptional foods of Spain. Founded by Monika Linton in 1988, she believed the foods she loved in Spain deserved to find a wider audience and now, over 30 years later, Brindisa has put Fine Spanish food firmly on the gastronomes’ map of the UK, delivering to the UK’s finest restaurants and delicatessen’s.

If you’re in the US, it’s relatively easy to get some Jamon Ibérico ham leg, including from Costco, Iberico Club, and Hamlovers, among other places.

From Costco United Kingdom — Tassimo Cadbury Hot Chocolate Pods, £18.49. A perfectly smooth hot chocolate drink with the delicious creamy Cadbury taste.

If you’re in the US, Amazon carries Tassimo coffee capsules for latte macchiato with Bailey, chai tea latte, and one of their bestsellers, Tassimo Costa latte, among all else. We also found this Cadbury drinking chocolate, that looks delicious. You might also want to check out this sugar-free, keto drinking chocolate with probiotic or the Dark Chocolate Cocoa from Godiva.

From Costco United Kingdom — Kings Platinum Edition Wagyu Beef Jerky, £22.99

Wagyu beef is renowned for being incredibly marbled and extra tender. The curing process involves using salt to draw moisture from the surface of the beef, while spices and vinegar work their magic to create a delicious mouth-watering flavor. After the beef is marinated, it’s dehydrated in specially designed jerky ovens which create a dry heat to draw any remaining moisture from the meat. Once dehydrated, the jerky is sliced into thin blades of beef before it’s sealed for freshness.

If you’re in the US, check out this chimichurri wagyu beef jerky and this wagyu jerky made from Australian beef, this one from American beef,

From Costco Mexico — Ripe Banana Strips Tumbis 350g, $139

Plantain chips are low fat, keto friendly, gluten free, cholesterol free, and rich in fiber and potassium.

If you’re in the US, check out these roasted and salted plantain chips, this sea salt version, and this thick cut one cooked in coconut oil and sprinkled with Himalayan pink sea salt.

From Costco Mexico — Fini Gourmet Fruit Gummies, $429

Pectin and gelatin gummy of Spanish origin, shaped like fruits. Flavors include lemon, strawberry, pear, grape orange, lime and mandarin.

If you’re in the US, check out this fruit hard candy and this fruit slice candy.

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