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GoodPop’s Organic Red, White, & Blue Popsicles 20-Count Only $9.99 at Costco

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Good Pop Cherry Lemonade Pops

Costco has the perfect treat for your 4th festivities!

Looking for a sweet treat to eat while watching fireworks? Head to Costco to snag these GoodPop’s Cherry & Lemon Patriotic Pops for just $9.99! That’s just 50¢ for each organic treat!

These popsicles are just like the classic red, white, and blue summer treats we love – but a whole lot healthier.

Costco GoodPops

These organic popsicles are made with 100% cherry fruit juice and lemonade and have no added sugar. They’re dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan and just 35 calories per pop! Awesome!


This Patriotic Trifle is another great dessert for your 4th!

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  1. Diana

    I adore good pop! I didn’t know costco carried them. Thanks for the post!

    • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re so very welcome!

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