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Costco white peach 5lbs box for $5.99, lowest I've seen

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These are the big sweet kind that if you let it sit a few days would become very juicy too. Usually sells for $1.99/lb in costco and above. In other stores it's usually 2.49 or higher per lb. Very good deal. I've never seen them sold for 1.19/lb when fresh and good like this.

I saw it in central NJ costco, not sure if fruit availability and price is national or not in costco. Please feel free to report your findings in the thread.
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Created 06-30-2018 at 08:55 AM by findingi7
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These are the big sweet kind that if you let it sit a few days would become very juicy too. Usually sells for $1.99/lb in costco and above. In other stores it's usually 2.49 or higher per lb. Very good deal. I've never seen them sold for 1.19/lb when fresh and good like this.

I saw it in central NJ costco, not sure if fruit availability and price is national or not in costco. Please feel free to report your findings in the thread.

All individual Costco stores are different when it comes to produce and meats. Anyone near the coasts have better pickings and pricings. In my area, we went through a full month of moldy oranges and the store managers oblivious to it. Bizarre.
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Which Costco was this?
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Peaches are high in pesticides. Organic is the best and only kind I would eat. I don't know if Costco's are.
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Which Costco was this?
North brunswick
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All individual Costco stores are different when it comes to produce and meats. Anyone near the coasts have better pickings and pricings. In my area, we went through a full month of moldy oranges and the store managers oblivious to it. Bizarre.
Probably differs by state and store but the several central nj stores at least seem to have good consistency. They do differ a little from time to time.
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Peaches & nectarines are $5.99 (SF Bay Area) but white nectarines were soooo ripe and smooshy (yuck!).

They were $10.99 till last week and was cheaper to get it from local Safeway for $1.50/lb.

Lower price yes, but quality is marginal. Cherries are cheap too ($6.99 for 3 lb)
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What about tomatoes and cucumbers at Costco?
Any good deal on these or coupons to make them cheaper? lol.
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Peaches & nectarines are $5.99 (SF Bay Area) but white nectarines were soooo ripe and smooshy (yuck!).

They were $10.99 till last week and was cheaper to get it from local Safeway for $1.50/lb.

Lower price yes, but quality is marginal. Cherries are cheap too ($6.99 for 3 lb)
In NJ the quality is great. I don't remember we even had white peach last week, but this week's is not even ripe. They look beautiful and the price is great.
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Mom and Pops type groceries are the best when it comes to fruits. Peaches for $.49 and cherries for $1.25 lb
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Mom and Pops type groceries are the best when it comes to fruits. Peaches for $.49 and cherries for $1.25 lb
Those are not the same type of peaches. These white premium peaches almost never sold for lower than $1.49 when fresh, even though I've seen $0.99 cherries fresh multiple times.
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In NJ the quality is great. I don't remember we even had white peach last week, but this week's is not even ripe. They look beautiful and the price is great.
We get good produce at the two newer Costco's away from the coast and in the boonies in CT. The stores on the coast where everyone lives are old, small, decrepit and lacking in any decent produce or stock of items posted here usually. It's worth my time to drive the 40 minutes away from the coast and bring a cooler than shop at the stores on the coast.
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Bought 5# of the white peaches yesterday in SW FL. These are the best peaches I've ever tasted, they're incredible!
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