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New 5 Lb Mixed Berry Pie at Costco Bakery

Mixed Berry Pie at Costco

Costco’s New Four-Berry Pie is making headlines! This mixed berry pie at Costco features strawberries, blueberries, cranberries and raspberries and – wait for it – the pie weighs in at over 5 pounds!! New to the Costco Bakery dessert lineup, the mixed 4-berry pie is a great dessert option to feed a crowd for any brunch, bbq or dinner party!

New Mixed Berry Pie at Costco Features:

  • 4lbs, 11oz
  • Flaky Pie Crust
  • Baked Fresh in Local Costco Bakery
  • Wild Blueberries
  • Cranberries
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries

Mixed Berry Pie Ingredient List

Strawberries, enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Sugar, water, blueberries, vegetable shortening (palm oil and soybean oil), cranberries, raspberries, contains 2% or less of the following modified corn starch, salt, dextrose, preservatives (potassium sorbate and calcium propionate),  nonfat dry milk, lactose, vitamin A palmitate, vitamin D3.

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Allergen information: contains wheat and milk

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Costco Price and Item Number

Four Berry Pie, 4lbs 11oz, is Costco Item Number 1727783 and costs $18.99 in-store.

Costco Mixed Berry Pie from Costco Bakery
New 5lb Costco Bakery Dessert: Mixed Berry Pie
How Can I Get Costco’s New Four-Berry Pie?

You’ll find the new Mixed Berry Pie in-store at Costco locations nationwide. Currently, we still can’t order it on Same Day Costco Instacart delivery…so [at least for now] you’ll have to into your local Costco warehouse to find this new Costco dessert.

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