The new study found that a portion of the protein content in snacks at Costco is sufficient for a healthy breakfast and a lunch.
The study looked at the healthiest foods in Costco and compared them with the average portion size.
It found that the average Costco product contained 16 grams of protein.
The most popular products were protein shakes, which came in at 9.2 grams per serving and included apple juice, almond milk, chicken breast, oatmeal, popcorn, tuna, egg whites, yogurt, and yogurt shakes.
It was also the most popular fruit snacks, which had an average protein content of 11.3 grams per slice.
The researchers said Costco’s products have a similar nutritional profile to those of other grocery stores.
Costco sells protein-packed protein bars, which include fruit and vegetable protein and some vegetables and fruits.
Costco also sells a variety of protein snacks.
The findings are important, said study author Sarah Panksepp, a nutrition researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles.
She said people with a higher protein intake should eat less processed foods and more organic foods.
“Our goal is to get people to consume more healthy, whole foods,” Pankseepp said.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Costco announced last month that it was reducing the portion size of its products.
Pankseepps said the researchers were surprised by Costco’s low protein content.
“It’s kind of hard to believe that it’s so low,” she said.