Costco sells an expanding mix of Asian foods. In addition to Ling Ling potstickers and jasmine rice, I have also seen edamame, shrimp won ton soup, and steamed pork buns. During my latest visit, I spotted a 32 ounce bottle of Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce for $6.89.
So, how competitive is the cost of Asian food at Costco compared that from an Asian supermarket?
99 Ranch sells an 18 ounce bottle of Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce for $3.99, or $0.222 per ounce. The Costco per ounce price is $0.215. To be fair, I should be looking at the price of the 32 ounce bottle at 99 Ranch, but I could not find it stocked on their shelves. I could only find a large bottle of the LKK Panda Brand Oyster Sauce at 99 Ranch.