If you shop at Costco there is no doubt that you have come across a few Kirkland brand products in your lifetime. Did you know that Costco actually has teamed up with some major players in the retail game to bring you some of their most famous "generic" products.
Starbucks is actually the brand name behind the signature Kirkland coffee brand and Reynolds makes Kirkland aluminum foil.
If you are in the mood for some Bumble Bee tuna, skip the expensive stuff and grab a package of the Kirkland tuna fish. The same company creates them both following a partnership deal that has been in effect since the early 2000's.
If you are shopping for baby grab a box of Huggies or save some cash and pick up the Kirkland brand. Kimberly-Clark’s Huggies partnered with Costco to produce the in-house brand after Procter & Gamble denied them access. When you check the shelves you might notice that Pampers are nowhere in sight. #Shade
The battery brand that is "trusted everywhere" aka Duracell batteries is the name behind the signature Kirkland batteries. The retail giant's CEO Craig Jelinek revealed the secret in an interview with Atlanta station WSB-TV in 2016.