Sabra vs Good & Gather Hummus

Here will compare the extremely popular Sabra hummus brand to the relatively new Good & Gather brand found at Target stores. There was one clear winner in our taste test, but you will pay a premium for this hummus in comparison to the other brand.

Sabra vs Good & Gather Hummus

Taste Test

Sabra was the clear winner in our taste test. It was pleasantly thicker and smoother than the grainier Good & Gather hummus. Sabra tasted much more like homemade hummus compared to the store-bought flavor of Good & Gather. Good & Gather had a strong lemon taste that was a bit overpowering for us with a slightly artificial taste. It was almost like the lemon flavor was included to potentially mask the taste of other unfavorable ingredients.

Overall, Sabra is the superior hummus with a nice balance of chickpeas and tahini that goes down smooth. Generally, you will pay over $1.25 more for Sabra vs. Good & Gather (see the price section below). We don’t always say this when comparing a store brand to a name brand but Sabra is worth the extra cost.


Sabara (pictured left) features a slightly darker tan color compared to Good & Gather (pictured right). The texture of the Sabara hummus was slightly thicker compared to the Good & Gather. You can somewhat tell by the photos that Good & Gather has a grainier texture.


We purchased both of these products at Target. The Sabra hummus cost us $3.99 for a 10-ounce container. We paid $2.99 for the Good & Gather hummus of the same size. Since Good & Gather is a store brand (see the ownership section below), it can only be purchased at Target. However, Sabra is available at a variety of grocery stores.

Here are some examples of prices we found for Sabra Classic Hummus outside of Target. The lowest price we found out of the stores listed was $2.99 with the highest price being $5.49. Generally, you will pay a premium for Sabra compared to Good & Gather.

StorePrice (10 oz. container size)
Food 4 Less$2.99
King Soopers$4.99


The difference in nutrition between these hummus brands is minimal. However, simply based on nutrition, Sabra is the better option based on its fewer calories, sodium, and carbohydrates.

Sabra Original Hummus Good & Gather Classic Hummus
Serving Size2 tbsp2 tbsp
Total Fat5g5g
Trans Fat0g0.5g
Total Carbs4g6g
Dietary Fiber1g2g
Potassium2% DV2% DV
Calcium0% DV2% DV
Iron4% DV6% DV


The ingredients are relatively similar between Sabra versus Good & Gather. Two notable differences are in the use of oils. Sabra uses soybean oil whereas Good & Gather uses canola oil. Furthermore, Good & Gather has concentrated lemon juice which is not in Sabra Original Hummus.

Sabra Original Hummus – Cooked Chickpeas (Water, Chickpeas), Water, Tahini (Ground Sesame), Soybean Oil, Garlic, Salt, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate To Maintain Freshness.

Good & Gather Classic Hummus – Cooked Chickpeas, Water, Sesame Tahini, Canola Oil, Garlic, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Sea Salt, Citric Acid.


Sabra is distributed in the United States and Canada by PepsiCo with the Strauss Group working as a partner. Its headquarters are in White Plains, New York with factories located on both U.S. coasts in Virginia and California. Sabra was founded in 1986 by Zohar Norman and the Yanko family.

Good & Gather is the largest store brand of Target with over 2,000 products sold at the retailer. Target launched the brand in 2020. The hummus among its many other products are exclusive to Target, although you can find some products online at places like Amazon.

Poll: Sabra vs Good & Gather

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