4 Black-Owned Brands in Costco Right Now

Black-Owned Brands in Costco

We spotted two new items from Black-Owned brands in Costco recently, and wanted to share them with you all! We found Black Girl Magic Red Blend from the McBride Sisters Collection and Mac&Yease from iEatGrass. Also, Naturade and Partake continue to be carried at Costco.

We wish that Costco would label products more in store, but it’s the Costco way to send us on a treasure hunt for items…for example read here to learn how to spot clearance deals in-store by reading the codes on the price tags…however, as of now there isn’t clear labeling to identify anything about manufacturers, including black-owned brands in Costco. We’re keeping our eyes out but can’t google every item in-store there are just too many…as such we are discovering them onsie-twosie.


New Black-Owned Brands in Costco

We’re happy to see both The McBride Sisters Collection and iEatGrass brands come into Costco, and if you’re aware of other black-owned businesses in Costco, please drop the names in the comments below so we can look out for them! We would like to support by featuring these brands on our social media and/or product features so let us know what we’re missing!

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Mac&Yease Vegan Mac Now in Costco

Mac&Yease from iEatGrass is now on the shelves in the refrigerated specialty aisles at Costco stores in Southern California and Hawaii.

Mac&Yease is a certified vegan heat and serve mac n’ cheese – it has 5g protein per serving and uses organic soy milk and other high quality ingredients.

Mac&Yease Now at SoCal and Hawaii Costco Stores – a new black-owned vegan brand available at Costco Wholesale

A recipe passed down through generations and vegan-ized to accommodate today’s varying lifestyles. It’s creamy, indulgent, a great source of protein, and uses locally sourced non-GMO ingredients.


The McBride Sisters Black Girl Magic Red Blend

Black Girl Magic Red Blend from the McBride Sisters Collection is now on the shelves in Costco – we found it in Southern California.

The McBride Sisters Collection is the largest black-owned wine label in the United States – and it’s also women-owned. You can find a their wine club, recipes and a FREE wine education course on their website.

Existing Black-Owned Brands in Costco

You can continue to find Naturade in-store in Southern California and Hawaii, and Partake in select Costco stores. Naturade is also available online at Costco.com


Naturade plant-based weight loss high protein shake is diabetic-friendly, and packs in 25 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber.

Kareem Cook and Claude Tellis from Naturade featured on the cover of the Costco Connection Magazine.

Partake Foods

Crunchy Birthday Cake Cookies from Partake Foods can be found in select Costco stores in the Midwest and LA/Hawaii. They are vegan, gluten free, non-GMO and free from the top 9 allergens!

Crunchy Birthday Cake Cookies from Partake Available at Select Costco Stores
Founder of Partake Foods speaks on inclusivity.

If you know of more black-owned brands sold in Costco, please let us know in the comments! And if you’ve tried and love any of these products, tell us about it in the comments! We’d love to hear from you!

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    1. Absolutely!! Let me know if you expand your product line in Costco, and if you learn of new brands so I can support 🙂

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