At first glance, Trader Joe’s and Costco couldn’t be more different. TJ’s stores are fun, quirky, and smaller than most supermarkets. Costco is the complete opposite — utilitarian and truly cavernous in size. Yet they actually have a lot in common. For example, both are known for carrying a wide array of organic foods, and both are known for offering some of the lowest prices in the industry.
Of course, shopping at Costco means buying, say, four pounds of quinoa instead of one, which requires a bigger up-front investment both in terms of money and pantry space. Which is a better deal? Can Costco’s bulk prices beat Trader Joe’s ounce for ounce? We set out to answer this burning bargain-shopping question by comparing the prices of common groceries at both stores. In some cases, the difference is negligible, and you can save your precious kitchen real estate for other things. But there are definitely more than a few items that make buying in bulk worthwhile.
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