Costco has started selling healthy snacks for children, and it’s already been embraced by children in the US.
Its latest offering is the Healthy Kids Smart Snacks range, which includes some of the best-selling brands such as Kool-Aid, Mountain Dew and Doritos.
The range has been downloaded more than 12 million times, with a combined 4.8 million children ages four to 18 eating the snacks in its first week on sale.
The snacks are a favourite with parents, who are eager to get their kids started on healthy eating.
Costco says that the snacks are designed to be used as an alternative to junk food, and they’re made by the same company that makes its own health and wellness products.
It’s not just the snacks that children like.
The company says that it’s also seeing strong interest in the new snacks from parents, with half of parents buying them themselves.
There are also some of their own favourite brands, including Mountain Dew, Kool Aid, Doritons and Cheez-Its.
The kids will love these snacks and will enjoy them when they have a snack or treat for lunch or dinner.
The first batch of the Healthy Kid Smart Snack range is currently on sale for $3.99, and the company is also offering the snacks as an add-on to other products.
The products include the Smart Snackers, which contain fresh, nutritious ingredients such as fruit, vegetables, nuts, and fruit juices.
It also includes the Smart Pop, which contains healthy snack mixes including fruit, carrots, and other healthy snack ingredients.
There is also the Healthy Snack Tote which is made from a variety of healthy snacks including fruits and veggies, as well as a range of healthy and non-healthy snacks such as a salad with carrots and spinach.
The Smart Snacking range is priced at $3,99, while the Kids Smart Pop range is $3 and the Smart Tote range is available for $4.99.
These are a great starting point if you want to start enjoying the healthy snacks you can find in your local supermarket, or you can order them online.
The smart snacks are made by Costco and the range will be available until June 11.
The US supermarket chain is also rolling out a range for kids of different ages and sizes, which will be a great way to get the snacks at a more affordable price, too.