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Red White & Blue GoodPop Popsicles at Costco

GoodPop Pops Red White Blue

Our family is a big fan of the Organic Red White & Blue GoodPop popsicles at Costco. Actually that’s an understatement…our kids are obsessed with these cherry n’ lemonade popsicles, and I have to say I appreciate the healthy ingredients they’re super low in sugar for popsicles! GoodPop Red, White & Blue pops at Costco are a revamped summer classic with only 35 calories each – plus they are vegan, and are made with 100% organic juice and no added sugar, artificial dyes or preservatives.

Money Saving Tip: Stock up on these when you see them at Costco if your kids like them, they are literally about half the price as Whole Foods! I’m always so bummed when we run out and they’re gone from Costco!!

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Cherry Lemonade Good Pops at Costco
Cherry Lemonade Good Pops at Costco

Seasonality

The Red, white and blue Good Pops are seasonal and return to Costco periodically – usually we see them each year in the Spring ahead of Memorial Day Weekend. We’ve seen them pop up random other times, but they’ve been at Costco reliably in the Spring ahead of Memorial Day for several years now.

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Review

My kids LOVE these. LOVE. Definitely get two thumbs up from them. I wish Costco carried them all year – the price of these at WF kills me lol!!

I confess I am not a huge popsicle aficionado, but I like them. Honestly, the good pops and the Johnny pops (the other brand Costco often carries) are both really good and pretty much the only popsicles I eat. These are cherry lemonade flavored, and are lightly sweet – not at all like a typically sugary sorta tastes like a fruit that’s the color of the popsicle kind of popsicle, lol! I brought a box to a pool party once and the moms all liked them too – definitely got rave positive feedback all around from kids and adults.

Some kids who are used to more sugary popsicles might balk at them, but I don’t think it’s a huge risk. Overall, I think they’re fantastic and recommend.

Why We Love GoodPop Cherry n’ Lemonade Pops

With 35 calories and 8 grams of carbs, Red, White & Blue GoodPop pops stand out among the pack! From Weight Watchers to Diabetics to Keto to kids who just go WILD from too much sugar…these are a great choice for those looking for lower sugar, lower carb popsicles without artificial ingredients.

GoodPop Red, White & Blue pops at Costco are a great choice for allergy-friendly school safe frozen treats!

We love the festive bright summer all American colors in these bright and sweet Cherry n’ Lemonade flavor pops. They are a delicious and clean summertime essential that we feel good about giving to our kids. As always, GoodPop are plant-based, vegan frozen treats made with non-GMO ingredients and are free from artificial sweeteners, artificial dyes, gluten and dairy.

Organic Red, White & Blue GoodPop Popsicles at Costco Feature

  • Organic
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • No Added Sugar
  • No Artificial Dyes
  • Allergy Friendly
  • 35 Calories Each!

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Red, White and Blue Good Pops at Costco - Cherry n' Lemonade

Ingredients

Filtered Water, White Grape Juice Concentrate, Organic Apple Juice Concentrate, Organic Lemon Juice, Organic Cherry Juice Concentrate, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Organic Guar Gum, Fruit And Vegetable Juice (color), Spirulina Extract (color)

Ingredients can change from time to time, please always check the label on the actual item in-store before purchasing to review the most up to date ingredients in products.

GoodPop Popsicles at Costco

How Much Do GoodPop Red, White & Blue Pops Cost at Costco?

GoodPop Organic Red, White & Blue Pops 20 Count Box are Costco Item Number 1317965 and cost $11.49. That shakes out to $0.57 each!

See GoodPop’s Product Locator to find these Organic Red, White & Blue GoodPop Pops near you!

Organic GoodPop Popsicles at Costco - 30 calories each!

About GoodPop

One scorching Austin, TX summer day back in 2009, University of Texas student Daniel Goetz needed something refreshing. Daniel couldn’t think of any options other than the Austin summertime staple, the sno-cone. Dissatisfied what was actually in snow cones, Daniel researched a wide variety of options, and what he found the same thing over and over: artificial flavoring, coloring and ingredients he couldn’t pronounce.

Two months later, GoodPop hit the market with a dedication to using ingredients that are sourced with respect to the people and planet. Driving the clean food movement, GoodPop is committed to creating delicious non-GMO, organic and less sugar or no sugar added products. GoodPop products use real fruit and fair trade ingredients, are dairy and gluten free and certified Kosher.

Today GoodPop can be found in Costco, Whole Foods, and many of the leading specialty grocers across the US.

The “Good” in our name isn’t just about the ingredients we use or the way our products taste, it’s an integral part of our company’s mission and dedication to using our frozen treats as a vehicle to do social and environmental Good.

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What is your favorite flavor of GoodPop popsicles at Costco? We’re also huge fans of the freezer pops from GoodPop…but still waiting to see those at Costco! Fingers crossed Costco will carry them soon!

You can find more product information or order directly from the manufacturer’s website HERE.

Price History:
In Spring of 2022, GoodPop 20-pack of Cherry n’ Lemonade Popsicles cost $9.99 at Costco.

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