Costco Healthy Noodle, Kibun Foods 6 Bags


Costco sells this Healthy Noodle box for $13.99. Do not pass this up if you spot it at Costco! Scroll down for photos. You can find this box in the refrigerated section. This is important because it is easy to miss. I didn’t catch this item my first pass through the section because it was located in the bottom of the refrigerator, plus I’m used to seeing noodles in the dry goods section. This is a healthy alternative to your everyday noodles that aren’t loaded down with carbohydrates (keto friendly). Leave a comment and please let me know what you think of these noodles. Here are a few more details about this Costco Healthy Noodle box………

  • Keto Friendly (5 grams / serving, 10 grams per pack)
  • Sugar Free
  • Fat Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Dairy Free

Kibun Foods Healthy Noodle at Costco


These noodles are ready to use, easy to make, odorless & a naturally white noodle. Don’t expect them to taste like your normal noodles, but do give them a chance. They can be enjoyed hot or cold. It even comes with a couple of good recipes on the back so they can be cooked with Italian Marinara or Pad Thai Noodles. For those of you with restrictive diets due to diabetes, high cholesterol, dairy sensitivity or you just simply want to eat healthier, these may be great for you. Here is a list of the ingredients…….

  • Water
  • Soybean Fiber Powder
  • Cellulose
  • Sodium Alginate
  • Yam Konjac Powder
  • Calcium Chloride
  • Salt

I’m pretty sure they don’t carry these at every Costco so if you are looking for an alternative, try out these Skinny Pasta Noodles from Amazon. The difference here is these Amazon noodles do not contain soy, while the Costco noodles do. Check them out….

Price: $13.99, Item Number: 1027760

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46 thoughts on “Costco Healthy Noodle, Kibun Foods 6 Bags

    1. Sorry to hear Kim. This seems to be such an issue with Costco’s This should be one of those items they have at EVERY Costco, but unfortunately they don’t. Have you tried asking a store worker if there are any nearby? I feel so spoiled because they are available at the 5 Costco’s around me. I’m assuming it’s because they are REALLY popular in the Bay Area, CA. Hope you end up finding them!

      1. I chatted with Costco support and the product has been put into Inactive on their system. But it might return in the future. Im bummed there was another product I like to eat as well Crepini egg thins has been removed from the refrigerated system. the Crepini is no longer carried.

        1. I still see it every time I go to Costco near me, so I wonder if it’s been discontinued/inactive regionally. This would make sense because there are several people who can’t find it at their Costco’s, but I see it EVERY TIME at mine. Thanks for the information Vince. Hope they end up bringing it back for you

    2. Tried the noodles and love them! Went back for more but none to be found. Asked the manager to look them up and they are listed as inactive

      1. Oh no! That is so odd. There have been many comments about it being inactive, yet I see them EVERY time I go to Costco. I wonder if they inactivate products by region based on popularity. Bummer.

    1. Unfortunately not. Costco doesn’t sell these online & this specific brand is nowhere to be found but Costco. That may change but it seems this is exclusively sold at Costco. Have you tried asking any of the Costco employees? Sometimes it can be hidden in the refrigerated section. If you can’t find it, you can always check out the Skinny Pasta link in the post above. That seems to be a poplar alternative. Hope you end up finding them!

  1. Our Costco in Columbia, SC does not have them refrigerated and when I came home and read the package I put them in the refrigerator. I wonder if they will go bad sitting in store?

    1. Oh wow! Ya, it says right on the packaging “Keep Refrigerated”. I’ve seen this item in many different Costco’s & they are ALWAYS refrigerated. They are individually sealed packs so I have no idea how long they will last outside of the refrigerator. I would let one of the workers know if you plan on buying this item.

  2. Actually disappointed with these noodles. I cooked them in stir fry and they broke into pieces. Unfortunately they were also very mushy after cooking.

    1. Sorry to hear. They do already come cooked. I’ve used them in stir fry before, but I throw them in at the end & only warm them. I usually throw them in after I turn the heat off & there’s no issues. Have you tried using them any other way?

    1. Great! Thanks for the heads up. Ya, they are still in the Bay Area, Ca. I see them just about every time I go to Costco. In fact I’m on my last bag, so I’ll have to pick some more up next Costco visit. Thanks for the comment Karisa!

  3. Just picked them up in the salt lake area and Oh my gosh you guys- they are AMAZING and delicious! Not fishy and chewy like miracle noodles and easy to prepare- just rinse with water. I highly recommend!

    1. Woo Hoo! Another Costco Healthy Noodle fan! I was really surprised to because when I first pulled them out, they do not look appetizing at all! I thought they would be slimy too! With a quick rinse & something with flavor to go with… it’s an easy, healthy, cheap meal. Glad you like them & thanks for the comment

  4. These are so good. Found them in a Washington store. I have only used them so far for chicken fetticine alfredo. Thinking on doing a chicken noodle soup with them this weekend. YUM!

    1. Glad you like them! Chicken Noodle Soup is a great idea! Perfect for this time of year. You can have some gluten free soup with gluten free bread & you’re good to go. I’m glad you found them in your store. It sounds like they’re not carried everywhere. Let me know how the soup turns out

  5. I can’t get the here in Denver. Is there any way to get Them shipped. I contacted the company directly and they don’t ship.

    1. Sorry they don’t carry them in the Denver stores. I was just at Costco again yesterday. They still carry them in the Bay Area. There is no way to reasonably ship them (individually) since they need to be refrigerated. The cost of shipping might outweigh the benefit of the item (for small shipments). I’m sure you already checked with the store to see if they will be carrying them again? If not, you can always try that. I’m bummed for you. Sorry about that. Good luck & hopefully you’ll see them soon

      1. I don’t agree with this assumption. I lived in Louisville, KY for a while and they have them there. I don’t think it has anything to do with shipping/refridgeration.

        1. Sorry Morgen. I re-read my comment. It is confusing. I meant it wouldn’t make sense to ship them on an individual basis. You are right, it has nothing to do with shipping/refrigeration for bulk shipments. I’m sure Costco can easily get them there, it’s just whether or not they turn a profit. Thanks for the comment

    1. Ya. Thank for the comment! Hopefully you are able to find them soon. Just curious, where are you located? & did your Costco stock them before? Hope you find them soon!

      1. I’m in Seattle. I stopped by the Lynnwood Costco and the original flagship store and neither have them stocked right now :(. Yes, they definitely had them before. I also saw them stocked in Louisville KY in Dec of last year.

        1. Good to know. Thanks for the reply! Keep me updated. They still have them stocked at all 3 of my Costco’s as of this week. Like I said, I’m guessing they are a much more popular item in the Bay Area.

  6. I heard back from Kibun, manufacturer of Healthy Noodles. Costco is the sole distributor of these noodles in the U.S. Apparently, they will be stocking them again after the holidays, about mid-Dec. In the meantime, stock up if you can! 🙂

    1. Wow! that is great they got back to you. No wonder you can’t find them anywhere else except Costco! Thank so much for the heads up about keeping them in stock. Hopefully everyone who can’t find them will be finding them shortly. Thanks Cynthia!

  7. Hi Cindy, I couldnt find them anywhere in Tacoma and wrote to Kibun and they finally responded to me, here’s their answer:
    Healthy Noodle is a Costco exclusive item… we are working hard to expand into other stores and also online such as amazon!
    Unfortunately, Costco has decided to temporarily hold on ordering Healthy Noodle (during “Holiday season”) Healthy Noodle will be back through Costco in mid-December! I recommend stocking up to last you until then! Please help us keep Healthy Noodle as an everyday item so you don’t have to wait for it ever again!! Please let Costco know that you want Healthy Noodle (item #1027760) back as an everyday item by writing a feedback online (small tab on the right side on the page) or next time you go to your local Costco fill out a feedback card so that Costco will bring it back sooner! In order for this to happen Costco needs to hear those customers’ voice directly, they say!! Costco’s buyers have told me they check the feedback emails and cards every day and use these to bring in what members are asking for!

  8. Hi Cindy, I couldnt find them anywhere in Tacoma and wrote to Kibun and they finally responded to me, here’s their answer:
    Healthy Noodle is a Costco exclusive item… we are working hard to expand into other stores and also online such as amazon!
    Unfortunately, Costco has decided to temporarily hold on ordering Healthy Noodle (during “Holiday season”) Healthy Noodle will be back through Costco in mid-December! I recommend stocking up to last you until then! Please help us keep Healthy Noodle as an everyday item so you don’t have to wait for it ever again!! Please let Costco know that you want Healthy Noodle (item #1027760) back as an everyday item by writing a feedback online (small tab on the right side on the page) or next time you go to your local Costco fill out a feedback card so that Costco will bring it back sooner! In order for this to happen Costco needs to hear those customers’ voice directly, they say!! Costco’s buyers have told me they check the feedback emails and cards every day and use these to bring in what members are asking for!

  9. Cannot find these noodles at Costco in the Seattle area. Closest warehouse that has them in Idaho. Cannot get through to Kibun in Seattle to find out where else they sell on local area. Very disappointed.

    1. So sorry to hear Cindy! You’re not the only one! It sounds like only certain Costco’s carry them. They are in stock in the 3-4 Costco’s in the Bay Area, but that is probably because they are very popular here. You can always check out the Skinny Pasta Noodles from the Amazon link above & see if they are close enough. Hopefully you are able to find them soon!

  10. I was very skeptical about the flavor of these noodles. I LOVE these. What a great low carb alternative, I hope they do not discontinue these EVER. They are amazing for our gluten free friends too!!!

    1. What I like the most is that you can flavor them however you like. They are so easy to make & fit all my requirements: easy, cheap & healthy. Thanks for the comment. Glad you enjoy them as much as I do

  11. These noodles are an excellent alternative and they are really quick and easy to make. They’re not quite as tasty as regular pasta, but they do pick up the flavor of whatever you cook them in. I love these noodles and will continue to buy them for as long as they are around

    1. Thanks for the feedback and please share your favorite recipe that you pair with these noodles. Always looking for new ways to use them.

    1. They are still in stock at my local Costco. You may want to grab the item number & ask your local Costco if they still carry it. Thanks

    1. Really? They are still in stock at my local Costco. Where did you hear this information? It seems as though these noodles are VERY popular. I’m not sure why they would take them off the shelves

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