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4 Net Carb New Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets at Costco

Chocolate Keto Nuggets at Costco

New at Costco! InnoFoods now has Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets at Costco! If you follow Keto then you know about the InnoFoods Coconut Keto Clusters at Costco because they are a keto fan favorite…well they now come in a dark chocolate version! Add this to your next Costco Keto Shopping List! Chocolate Keto Nuggets are also gluten free, preservative free and organic!

October 2023 Update: It appears Costco has discontinued carrying the InnoFoods Keto Clusters in either original coconut or in the dark chocolate. We’ll let you know if we see them back in stock (and let us know if you see them too please!). Find them on Amazon (coconut), Target (coconut with dark chocolate drizzle, not keto), or see our other Costco Keto Finds here.


Our Review

Riding on the success of the original Coconut Clusters….the InnoFoods Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets are another Costco Keto hit! And they are Organic! Featuring coconut, pumpkin seeds, quinoa and sunflower seeds, this keto crunchy granola drenched in dark chocolate is decidedly delish! You don’t have to love dark chocolate to love these.

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I nosh on them whenever I need a sweet treat, usually snack or dessert and I eat them right out of the bag! Now, eating just a serving, that’s a challenge you’ll have to decide for yourself, lol! They are addicting…don’t say I didn’t warn you!

InnoFoods Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets at Costco Product Features:

  • Premium Belgian Dark Chocolate
  • Organic
  • Keto
  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO Verified
  • Preservative Free
  • No Artificial Colors
  • No Artificial Flavors
  • No Emulsifiers
  • Raw Ingredients
  • 4 Grams of Net Carbs
  • 3 Grams of Protein
  • Low Sodium
New Keto Clusters at Costco – Organic Dark Chocolate

Have you tried these new dark chocolate keto clusters at Costco? Give us your product review in the comments!

There are so many fun new keto foods coming into Costco every time I shop, I love seeing all the yummy, low carb, low glycemic index options! What are your go-to Keto products at Costco? We’d love to hear what other Keto food we need to try at Costco! See all our Keto Friendly Finds here!

Keto Clusters Nutritional Panel

Each serving of Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco contains 150 Calories and 4 Net Carbs. They also have 3 grams of protein and 6% DV of Iron. Note there are 2 grams of sugar alcohol.

Keto Nuggets at Costco
Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco – Nutritional Panel

Costco Item Number and Price

Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets 16oz is Costco Item Number 1555940 and costs $9.59 in-store at Costco.

Each bag of Inno Foods Keto Clusters at Costco contains 16 servings, which shakes out to around $.60 per serving.

Product available in US and Canadian Costco stores. It is not currently available online

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How many calories are in the Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco?

Each serving of Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco contains 150 Calories.

How many grams of carbs are in the InnoFoods Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco?

Each serving of Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco contains 4 Net Carbs.

Do the Keto Clusters at Costco contain sugar alcohol?

here are 2 grams of sugar alcohol in the Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters.

Are the Keto Clusters at Costco gluten free?

Yes. Both the Coconut Keto Clusters and the Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco are Gluten Free.

Are the InnoFoods Chocolate Keto Clusters vegan friendly?

Yes, Chocolate Coconut Keto Cluster ingredients are vegan. The product is not labeled vegan due to possible cross-contamination in manufacturing.

More Information about Inno Food Products

You can find more product information about the Chocolate Keto Nuggets on the Inno Foods website. Please refer to Costco and the product manufacturer for all product information. As always, ingredients and allergens can change and you should refer to the product labeling on the actual package you purchase before consuming the products.

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  1. I was disappointed to find these are no longer in stock at our local Costco. But, I found almost the exact same product made by Simply Nature at Aldi! The bag is slightly smaller but it’s also less expensive, coming in around $6. Plus, Aldi is right across the street and super quick and easy to run in and out compared to Costco. All’s well that ends well.

    Just FYI, the Inno foods version is available online through Amazon, etc., but at over $20 per bag!

    1. Yes, they are crazy expensive on amazon!! there are other versions at Target, but not the keto one. Thanks for the tip on Aldi, I’ll be trying those!! I don’t have one near me, but I’m adding to my list for my next venture out to Aldi (it’s about 40 minutes away so I only get to go every couple of months)!

  2. I purchased these because of a gluten allergy. Served some to my gluten intolarant child and enjoyed a serving myself. Within 5 minutes I had broke out in hives and felt like I was on fire (how I react to gluten) worries me now what is in this product. ?

    1. Oh no, I’m sorry to hear that! I know they have a lot of coconut in them, which is a def a common allergen. They also have erythritol, which bothers some people (though usually more of a stomach issue than rash, so far as I know, but definitely not my area of expertise). Hope your kiddo didn’t get hives too! I hope you feel better soon, hives are no fun at all 🙁

  3. Warning: These are addictive! The only down side is that the small bits end up at the bottom of the bag but I dealt with a spoon. Maybe empty into a pan and heat to melt?

    1. they really are addictive. same here with the spoon when the grab size is all gone. now costco isn’t carrying them and amazon wants double the price. ugh

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