Costco Kodiak Super Fruit Syrup Review

I don’t know about you, but in our house, pancakes and waffles are always accompanied by maple syrup – usually the Kirkland Signature Maple Syrup. I enjoy blueberry pancakes, but usually serve them with maple syrup too. This Kodiak Super Fruit Syrup in Mountain Berry offers a fruity alternative to traditional maple syrup. The packaging seems to suggest that it might be a healthier alternative – apparently it’s made with real fruit and has less sugar than maple syrup. How does it taste? Is it actually better for you than traditional maple syrup?

Image of the Costco Kodiak Super Fruit Mountain Berry Syrup unopened bottle sitting on a table.
Costco Kodiak Super Fruit Syrup.

Other condiments from Costco include the Last Mountain’s Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam, Vonbee Passionfruit Honey Puree, Crofter’s Peach Spread, Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds, Pisti Spreadable Pistachio Cream, Smucker’s Goober, Kewpie Deep Roasted Sesame Dressing & Marinade, Kirkland Signature Organic Strawberry Spread and the Kirkland Signature Natural Peanut Butter.

Location in Store

I bought this syrup at the Kalispell, Montana Costco and the item number is 706064. It’s located in the aisle with the breakfast items like jam, pancake mix and maple syrup.

The syrup isn’t super thick or too thin.


Kodiak carries two kinds of super fruit syrup, mountain berry and raspberry. We bought the mountain berry.

Top down image of a stack of pancakes with fruit syrup drizzled on top beside two pieces of bacon, served on a white plate.
Ready to enjoy!

The syrup has a nice balance of sweet and tart. I’d say the taste somewhat resembles raspberry jam. The raspberry flavor definitely stands out a bit more than the blueberry, but the blueberries have a noticeable impact on the flavor and the appearance.

Side view closeup image of a plate with pancakes and bacon on it, close to the camera is a fork with a piece of pancake drizzled with fruit syrup.
My husband clearly used more than two tablespoons of syrup!

Overall I really like the balance of sweet and tart and raspberry and blueberry. Personally I still prefer maple syrup on my pancakes, but I really enjoyed this syrup and would be interested in trying it on things like ice cream.

Side view image of a stack of pancakes with fruit syrup drizzled on top beside two pieces of bacon, served on a white plate.
I like the fruit syrup but definitely prefer maple syrup!


The 946 milliliter jug of syrup costs $8.99 USD at Costco, this isn’t bad for such a large container but it’s not exactly cheap either. Especially when you convert the cost to Canadian dollars.

Image of the fruit syrup label stating that the Kodiak company started out of a red wagon.
Kodiak started as a small family buisness that sold their flapjack mix from a red wagon!


The syrup needs to be refrigerated after opening and the best-before date is about 22 months from when we purchased it! I don’t trust that this syrup would last that long even with refrigerating it after opening.

Image of the fruit syrup label stating that the product may seperate and shake well before using.
Shake well before using.

Not only is this good on pancakes or waffles but you can use it to top yogurt or ice cream or even flavor cocktails with it.



Two tablespoons of syrup contain 60 calories, zero grams of fat, five milligrams of sodium, 14 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fiber, 14 grams of sugar, and zero grams of protein.

Although the Kodiak brand seems to make products that are marketed as healthier this still has quite a bit of sugar in it. I think a lot of individuals would use a little more than two tablespoons on pancakes.

Image of the nutrition facts and ingredients label from the back of the bottle of fruit syrup.
Nutrition facts & ingredients.


The first ingredient is sugar which isn’t surprising. I like that this is made with real fruit and has less sugar than maple syrup. It also doesn’t contain any corn syrup. The bottle states that due to processing on shared equipment, it may contain small amounts of dairy.

Image of the back of the fruit syrup bottle, suggesting the syrup be used on yogurt, waffles, desserts and in smoothies and dressings.
The syrup can be used on waffles, Greek yogurt, desserts, in smoothies & dressings.

Otherwise it’s gluten-free, soy-free and nut-free.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 2/10 (Points for the real fruit).


Give it a try!

If you’re looking to switch it up from traditional maple syrup, this Kodiak fruit syrup is tasty and also can be used in many ways!

Do you prefer maple syrup or fruit syrup? Leave a comment below!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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4 thoughts on “Costco Kodiak Super Fruit Syrup Review”

  1. we bought this syrup for the first time at Costco and we love it. BUT went back to Costco to buy some more and they no longer have it. Looked all over but couldn’t find it. Came home disappointed. I should have stopped at the service counter to see if they will be selling it again but I didn’t so, now I plan on calling Costco tomorrow to see if they will have it again.

    • I’ve gone to 3 different Costco and none have it. I bought it thinking I wouldn’t like it and I LOVED it! They’ll probably bring it back for 3 times what it was being sold for! I got it for less than $3!! Should’ve bought atleast 3😫

  2. OK, let’s be clear here. There is no substitute for maple syrup! 😁 This fruity thing may be tasty but that’s it. Sounds like runny jam to me lol but then I haven’t tried it, nor will I. It probably isn’t even available in Canada, the home of the best maple syrup in the world, imho.


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