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Organic Okami Edamame at Costco is an easy high protein, low fat snack or side. Costco edamame is loved by kids and adults alike, it heats up quickly in the microwave and is a good source of iron, potassium and calcium. Edamame soy beans have 11 grams of protein per serving make it a protein rich alternative to eating meat. And of course we love our edamame with our sushi! It’s healthy, organic, gluten-free, plant based protein and costs about $1.25 per serving.

Our Thoughts on Costco Edamame

If you’re looking for a healthy snack that is high in protein and fiber, look no further than edamame. Edamame, or soybeans, are an excellent way to get your daily serving of vegetables and they can be used as a substitute for other foods like pasta or rice. One of my kids loves it, the other doesn’t….if you haven’t had your kids try them I’d definitely grab some and see…they are a great healthy snack all by themselves, or you can toss them on salads or into pastas, or use them in recipes like edamame hummus!

Nutritional Information

Edamame is low in fat and rich in important nutrients and protein. It’s a delicious natural snack!

  • 110 Calories
  • 1.5 Grams Fat
  • 11 Grams Protein
  • 10% DV Iron
  • 10% DV Potassium
  • 6% DV Calcium
  • 9 Grams Net Carbs
  • 0 Added Sugars
  • Gluten Free
  • Organic
  • Vegan
Organic Costco Edamame from Okami

Okami Edamame Item Number and Price

Fuji Foods Organic Edamame 32oz is Costco Item Number 763114 and has a retail price/cost of $4.99

Organic Costco Edamame in the fresh vegetable section - 32 oz. for $4.99
Organic Costco Edamame Price: $4.99

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Costco Edamame In-Store Location

Find the Fuji Foods Okami Organic Edamame in the refrigerated cases in the vegetable section. Adjacent to packaged beets, pre-cut fruit trays, and crudite platters.


Costco Edamame from Okami contains soy. May not suitable for low sodium diets.


About Okami Brand, by Fuji Food

The Okami brand was established in 1996 in Southern California by two successful caterers that recognized the growing market for high-quality, prepared food products. Okami was one of the first fresh-tasting, premium packaged sushi products with an extended shelf-life.  In May of 2011, Fuji Food Products, Inc. acquired the Okami brand and has leveraged the success of the Okami brand and products into other Asian and non-Asian specialty food products including:

  • Salads
  • Bowl Meals
  • Spring Rolls
  • Edamame
  • Onigiri
  • Shumai
  • Char Siu Bao
  • Gyoza

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