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    Mara Grigsby
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    For those of you that have Costco memberships, do they carry a lot of

    organic food? If so, what type of things?



    Mara








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    Carla Gentry
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    The Organics that I've bought at Costco are: Instant Flavored Oatmeal, and few packaged items in larger sizes that you might find at the Whole Foods or Wild Oats. Costco doesn't carry a lot of Organics and their shelf space is determined by what company is currently paying for space, for example: I use to buy Hansen's Natural Soda's there but they don't carry them anymore. Hope this helps.


    On 5/17/07, Mara Grigsby[/b] <maragrigsby@yahoo.com> wrote:






    For those of you that have Costco memberships, do they carry a lot of

    organic food? If so, what type of things?



    Mara






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    Stephanie Koutek
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    I recently bought organic pasta sauce at Costco, and they also had organic pasta as well as some other organic foods (I think I saw organic coffee, but I can&#39;t remember what else).

    --Stephanie


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    The Organics that I&#39;ve bought at Costco are: Instant Flavored Oatmeal, and few packaged items in larger sizes that you might find at the Whole Foods or Wild Oats. Costco doesn&#39;t carry a lot of Organics and their shelf space is determined by what company is currently paying for space, for example: I use to buy Hansen&#39;s Natural Soda&#39;s there but they don&#39;t carry them anymore. Hope this helps. <span class="q">


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    raeismad
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    Default Costco question

    We dont have our own membership. We go with my mother in law or she

    picks up what we need when she is there. Since we don't buy enough to

    justify having our own membership. I have seen some organic things,

    but it doesn't seem like very many.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Mara Grigsby" <maragrigsby@...> wrote:

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    > For those of you that have Costco memberships, do they carry a lot of

    > organic food? If so, what type of things?

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    > Mara

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    Karen Pennington
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    I am in the Denver area and Costco has little organic fresh produce. They do

    carry Organic milk and eggs.



    I would not get a membership just for organic.



    Karen










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    Tressa Watts
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    I am curious...I live in Washington state that has a large sales tax. Almost 9%. My boyfriend..(soon to be fiance/then husband after this..LOL) and I found a ring I really want at costco. He has saved up enough money and we figured it would also be several hundred just in sales tax. We have a gold costco card so we will get 2% back at the end of the year....but I figured we could go to Oregon and buy it at their costco since there is no sales tax. Now since we are using our costco card that says we live in Washington etc...are we going to have to pay the sales tax? I just want to make sure we wont have to pay it if we drive the 3 hours each way to the closest costco in Oregon(even with gas etc we will still save Hundreds$$). We will be paying cash but we still have record because of how costco has membership cards...

    Thank you,

    Tressa

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    ~T~
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    I believe you pay whatever sales tax of where you are - for instance, if I go to Florida on vacation and there is no sales tax, I go to Costco, I don't pay sales tax, but if I go to where you live I pay your sales tax - you don't pay sales tax on your home address, that would be a total mess all over the country if that were the case - seems each state has their own rules and regulations with their own tax

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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Tressa Watts
    To: budgetgroup
    Sent: Monday, May 05, 2008 10:01 AM
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    I am curious...I live in Washington state that has a large sales tax. Almost 9%. My boyfriend..(soon to be fiance/then husband after this..LOL) and I found a ring I really want at costco. He has saved up enough money and we figured it would also be several hundred just in sales tax. We have a gold costco card so we will get 2% back at the end of the year....but I figured we could go to Oregon and buy it at their costco since there is no sales tax. Now since we are using our costco card that says we live in Washington etc...are we going to have to pay the sales tax? I just want to make sure we wont have to pay it if we drive the 3 hours each way to the closest costco in Oregon(even with gas etc we will still save Hundreds$$). We will be paying cash but we still have record because of how costco has membership cards...
    Thank you,
    Tressa



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    Marion Johnson
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    Hi Tressa,

    I live in Pennsylvania and travel to Delaware to purchase alot of tax free items. No you don't have to pay sales tax, it goes by the state you purchase it in, not where you live.

    Marion

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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Tressa Watts
    To: budgetgroup
    Sent: Monday, May 05, 2008 12:01 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : costco question





    I am curious...I live in Washington state that has a large sales tax. Almost 9%. My boyfriend..(soon to be fiance/then husband after this..LOL) and I found a ring I really want at costco. He has saved up enough money and we figured it would also be several hundred just in sales tax. We have a gold costco card so we will get 2% back at the end of the year....but I figured we could go to Oregon and buy it at their costco since there is no sales tax. Now since we are using our costco card that says we live in Washington etc...are we going to have to pay the sales tax? I just want to make sure we wont have to pay it if we drive the 3 hours each way to the closest costco in Oregon(even with gas etc we will still save Hundreds$$). We will be paying cash but we still have record because of how costco has membership cards...
    Thank you,
    Tressa



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