RICHMOND, CA - JULY 13:  A customers leave a Costco warehouse store July 13, 2007 in Richmond, California. Costco Wholesale Corporation reported a six percent jump for June same store sales fueled by a spike in sales of televisions, jewelry, computers and groceries. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Costco's Hottest New Snack Is A Chili-Infused Honey
By David Tran
It can be overwhelming to keep up with all the new deals and products at Costco, as its locations can carry up to 4,000 different types of products. However, one of the most recent popular finds that are flying off of Costco shelves is a spicy take on a beloved sweetener — chili pepper-infused honey.
Though not technically new, Sue Bee Infusions Hot Honey has become the latest buzz amongst Costco fans and shoppers, and you can grab a pack of two 12-ounce bottles for $12.99. The bottle of honey is kosher, according to the Costco website, and has just three simple ingredients: honey, dried chili peppers, and vinegar.
According to the packaging, Sue Bee's hot honey can be drizzled on nearly anything savory, such as chicken wings, pizza, ribs, stir-fry, and even cornbread. However, if you want an even spicier honey product, Savannah Bee Company's Hot Honey is infused with scotch bonnet peppers and habanero peppers, and its 24-ounce bottle is sold for $10.99.