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Dairy and Eggs and Costco Australia

Eggs, eggs and more eggs – always at Christmas time we use lots of eggs – breakfast, quick dinners and lots of desserts, like the traditional Pavlova.

  • Natures Dozen Free Range Pure & Natural Eggs 18-pack – $4.49 ($0.25 each)

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  • Natures Dozen Cage Eggs 30-pack – $5.39 ($0.18 each)

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  • Natures Dozen Cage Eggs 180-pack – $26.99 ($0.15)
  • Lush Valley Thickened Cream 1Litre – $3.29 ($0.33 per 100ml)
  • Dairy Whip Whipped Cream Can 500g – $5.29 ($1.06 per 100g)

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  • Pauls Double Thick Chocolate Custard 900g – $2.99 ($0.33 per 100g)

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  • Pauls Vanilla Custard 2Litre – $4.69 ($0.23 per 100ml)

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  • Procal Light Sour Cream 1kg – $3.99 ($0.40 per 100g)

*Note that it is possible that available stock, brands and prices may vary from store to store depending on sourcing of the produce.

 

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2 Responses to Dairy and Eggs and Costco Australia

  1. George S. says:

    They have the eggs 1050g now for $4.49 free range. I bought those 900g ones a month back, but this time the packaging was green (I knew something was different), as it turns out it was.

    I am a big fan of your website, I think you like costco nearly as much as me! 🙂

    • Corey says:

      Hi George…we noticed the larger, free range eggs on our last visit too. Let’s hope Costco keep the larger eggs at the same low price.

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