Costco: Jayone 24 Count Seasoned Roasted Seaweed $6.89

Jayone Roasted Seaweed

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*UPDATE  1/10/13
It looks like this product has been replaced with Costco’s Kirkland Signature brand (which is unfortunately more expensive). *

My kids were really excited to see this new product at the Covington Costco (it may not be available at your location). This box includes 24 packages of cut, lightly seasoned roasted seaweed. It’s great to wrap rice and some steamed vegetables or just to snack on by itself. This product normally retails for $14.99.



Jayone Roasted Seaweed Price at Costco

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Jayone Roasted Seaweed Nutrition Info

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  • Catrnett

    Loveit I eat themlke chips Yummy!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/cathy.bennett.5891 Cathy Bennett

    I am totally addicted to this stuff I eat it like chips and it’s so mush better for you then potato chips. There so yummy, and you can’t beat the price, I get at least 6 boxes every month !

  • Haleiwa Holly

    Costco Santa Clara and Costco San Jose on Hostetter sells one box of 27 for $9.69. We are in Indianapolis, Indiana this week to watch Drum Corps. International. We visited the Costco Castleton (Indianapolis suburb) and initially purchased two boxes of 24 individually wrapped packages for $6.59 per box. We went back to that Costco this morning and cleaned them out of JayOne roasted, toasted seaweed. We bought the remaining 20 boxes which cost us $135.

    • http://frugalhotspot.com Frugal Hotspot

      Wow, great job on saving over $44!! I went to a drum corp competition years ago and it was so exciting and fun. I hope you’re having a great time in Indy!

  • HAK

    I eat sushi all the time! Bought a box of the stuff, chowed down several packs of the stuff and got sick as a dawg. I wonder if it is a different strain of seaweed because I tried it twice and I get this feverish reaction. I can still eat seaweed with sushi just not this stuff. A real bummer becasue I chowed them like chips!

  • gradstudent

    Have you tried the costco brand? I hate that it is so expensive but need a seaweed fix so if it’s just as good I might get it…

    • calico

      the costco kirkland brand sucks! very salty, and each pack is about double the size of the jayone packs, so sometimes when you want a quick small snack for the kids, you find yourself with excess leftovers which goes to waste. i prefer the jayone size packs. bring jayone back!

  • http://www.facebook.com/caron.bukowski Caron J. Bukowski

    The Kirkland brand of seaweed is way too salty, and oily. Plus, they are not snack size so not convenient to pack in a lunch. I wrote them and complained, but never got a reply. Disappointing.

    • http://frugalhotspot.com Frugal Hotspot

      Hi Caron! That’s unfortunate that Costco didn’t reply. A good way to get their attention is to return the product and get a refund.

  • Darryll

    Costco in Corona, CA quit carring it, in favor of their own brand. The price went from $.24 per pak to $.70.

  • Gitte

    Just purchased the Costco brand today. It is way too salty and oily. The Jayone was $9.69 per case of 24 pkgs. The Kirland is only 10 pkgs. at $6.99. Granted the total volume is 6. oz vs. 4.08 oz of the Jayone, but the Jayone tasted better and was in perfect portions for kids snacks.

    I will have to find the Jayone elsewhere and this Kirkland seaweed is going back. It is a good way to let them know we don’t like it!

  • Karin

    My husband bought this a month ago, and I loved it. So on Sunday, we picked up 4 packages of it at the San Leandro store. We got home and looked at the ingredients (a habit with processed food). To my dismay, the second highest ingredient is corn oil, right after seaweed. GMO!!! They’re going back to the store.
    Shame on Costco for selling such a GMO-filled food. I see that one of the posters here said he got pretty sick after scarfing some of these down. I now see why.