Costco Seaweed, Kirkland Signature Organic Seaweed

Costco sells their Kirkland Signature Organic Seaweed for $8.99. Scroll down for photos. This is one of my go to snacks I have in the house at all times. I’m a big snacker & always looking to minimize the amount of chips I eat. This seaweed is a great way to do that. This seaweed is light and slightly crunchy. It’s got the right amount of salt too. You can see the salt crystals on each piece of seaweed. I would say this is an acquired taste, because it does have that seafood /fish smell to it, but I really enjoy it. The only issue I have is that it gets a little pricey. It’s $9 & comes in a 10 pack, which is ~$1 per pack. I’ll eat 4 -5 packs in a sitting sometimes. Anyways, here are a few more details about this Costco Seaweed………

  • Brand: Kirkland Signature
  • USDA Organic
  • Vegan, Gluten Free, Keto Friendly
  • 10 Pack, 0.6 Ounces Each
  • ~100 Calories per Pack
  • Sesame Flavor
  • Winter Harvest
  • Ingredients: Organic Seaweed, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Sesame Oil, Sea Salt

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Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Seaweed, 10 Pack 0.6 Ounces Each

This is a staple at Costco. I see this almost every time I go. It does go on sale every once in a while, so if you’ve never tried it, you might want to wait for a sale. They used to sell this under a different brand, but Costco slapped their Kirkland Signature stamp on it. They also used to sell a Seaweed at Costco that had the Maui Onion flavor. That was amazing! Tasted even better than the regular seaweed & it’s available on right now! If you can’t find this in store, or you’re looking for some other flavors, make sure to check out these other HIGHLY RATED seaweed products……

Price: $8.99, Item Number: 1193197

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8 thoughts on “Costco Seaweed, Kirkland Signature Organic Seaweed

  1. were there any specific cancer cases mentioned in the class action lawsuit brought against Kirkland Organic Seaweed brand?

  2. Aren’t those industrial seed oils they are using now? I thought they use to use the barely acceptable expeller pressed canola oil.

  3. I am interested in the iodine content and that would depend upon what kind of seaweed it is. It appears to be a green seaweed. Some green have less to no iodine based upon the research I’ve done.

    1. That’s way above my pay grade. I know I just really enjoy this as a snack and it keeps me from eating so many chips =)

    1. I would leave that to your doctor. I don’t want to make any recommendations, especially when it comes to allergies. So do what you think is best & consult your physician, especially if you are concerned. Hope that helps

    1. Hi Jef. Thanks for the question. I am unsure exactly what kind of seaweed this is made from by I can contact Costco and see if they’ll get back to me. You probably already saw on the back that it says “certified organic by bioagricert”. Just curious why you are interested in the type of seaweed? Thanks

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