Update: Once Upon a Farm at Costco is Back!
Super deal for parents of babies and toddlers! Once Upon A Farm at Costco is a STEAL for Jennifer Garner’s popular organic fresh cold pressed baby food line and it’s back at Costco right now! Once Upon A Farm is made with organic and non-GMO fruits and veggies, free from added sugar or preservatives and it’s cold-pressure packed into 3 ounce pouches and kept refrigerated to preserve and lock in nutrients. It’s always dairy free.
Why We Love Once Upon A Farm Baby Food
Once Upon A Farm organic baby food pouches are full of good stuff, and free from artificial preservatives, artificial dyes, added sugars, stabilizers, thickeners or other ingredients you wouldn’t normally use in homemade baby food. Once Upon A Farm’s formulations are just like organic baby food made at home, just fruits, veggies, and whole grains.
Have you bought Once Upon A Farm at Costco yet? What did you think? I shopped with a friend recently who bought it for her son, and a family member helped to unpack the groceries when she got home and assumed they were regular shelf stable pouches and put them away in the cabinet…they weren’t discovered until it was too late. So word to the wise…remember these need to be refrigerated! It’s fresh food 🙂
Costco Price and Item Number
Once Upon a Farm Cold Pressed Food Pouches 12 Count are Costco Item Number 1669642 and cost $15.89. That shakes out to about $1.32 each.
You can also find Once Upon a Time on Same Day Costco for $18.59.
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Blends in Once Upon A Farm at Costco:
The box of Once Upon a Farm at Costco contains a dozen pouches including 4 each of the following:
Wild Rumpus Avocado: This blend contains organic pineapple, organic banana, organic avocado and organic mint. It’s packed with vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and is a source of Fiber, Protein and Potassium.
OhMy Mega Veggie: This blend contains organic apple, organic carrot, organic beet, organic ginger, and organic flax seed. It’s a source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Fiber and Potassium.
Green Kale & Apples: This blend contains organic apple, organic banana, organic kale, and organic hemp seed. It’s a great source of Vitamin C and Vitamin B. It’s also a source of Fiber and Potassium.
Baby food from Once Upon A Farm is:
- Always Organic
- Whole Ingredients
- No Added Sugar
- No GMO’s
- No Preservatives
- Dairy Free
Once Upon A Farm organic baby food at Costco does not contain any sodium, added sugars or cholesterol.
Where to Find Once Upon a Time at Costco
You can find Once Upon A Farm at Costco in the refrigerated aisles – originally it was near yogurts but most recently we spotted it near cinnamon rolls/butter/sour cream. Currently, this product is not available online.
About Once Upon A Farm
Cold From Start to Finish = Pick + Press + Protect – Here’s How Once Upon A Farm is Different:
Once Upon a Farm is a Certified B Corporation.
You can find tons more information on the Once Upon A Farm Organics website. If you missed Once Upon a Farm at Costco or if your Costco doesn’t carry it, the company sells and ships their cold baby food directly to your home. See their site, linked above.
Costco Item Number and Cost (2021)
Once Upon A Farm Organic Fruit & Veggie Blend 12 3.02 Ounce Pouches of Refrigerated Fresh Baby Food is Costco Item Number 1543205 and Costs $14.79. That shakes out to about $1.23 each. The box of Once Upon a Farm baby food at Costco contains 3 flavors: OhMy Mega Veggie, Green Kale & Apples and Wild Rumpus Avocado.
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Is Once Upon a Farm Kosher?
Yes, Once Upon a Farm pouches available at Costco are certified Kosher.
How Much Does Once Upon A Farm Baby Food at Costco Cost?
Once Upon A Farm Organic Fruit & Veggie Blend 12 3.02 Ounce Pouches of Refrigerated Fresh Baby Food is Costco Item Number 1543205 and Costs $14.79. That shakes out to about $1.23 each.
What flavors of Once Upon a Farm are available at Costco?
The box of organic cold pressed Once Upon a Farm baby food at Costco contains 3 flavors: OhMy Mega Veggie, Green Kale & Apples and Wild Rumpus Avocado.
Is Once Upon a Farm Vegan?
The Once Upon a Farm 12-Pack Combination Box at Costco is made using only organic fruits and veggies and is not made with dairy or animal products. The product is not certified vegan and packaging indications possible cross contamination due to shared manufacturing equipment for egg, milk, soy and tree nuts.
Does Once Upon A Farm Need To Be Refrigerated At My House?
Yes. You need to keep Once Upon A Farm baby food pouches refrigerated once you get home. Refrigeration is how they are preserved (like many other fresh, refrigerated foods) and although they are in a pouch which many other brands manufacture in a shelf-stable format…Once Upon A Farm is NOT shelf stable, it is fresh food and must stay in the refrigerator.
Just for fun: CostContessa has met Jennifer Garner a few times. The first time I ever met her was at a park when my then 15-month old walked up to her while she was sitting on the edge of the sandbox and took her cell phone (which was sitting next to her) and walked off with it. I didn’t realize it was her until I went to return the phone. She has a son only a few months older than mine and I ended up chatting with her for a half-hour or so while our boys played in the sandbox. If she wasn’t a celebrity I’d have asked for her number and said we should be friends…but of course I didn’t because that would be weird to say to an A list celebrity. lol. Tales of a Mom in Los Angeles.