Money Costco Is Axing This Beloved Menu Item and Twitter Is Outraged

04:31  10 july  2018
04:31  10 july  2018 Source:   usmagazine.com

No, Costco is not getting rid of the all-beef Polish sausage

  No, Costco is not getting rid of the all-beef Polish sausage No, Costco is not getting rid of the all-beef Polish sausageAfter Costco unveiled its new food court menu, social media freaked out about one change in particular.

People have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment and outrage over Costco nixing their beloved Polish Finding out that Costco is removing the polish dog off the menu https For those who enjoy a good Costco Polish dog in the comfort of their own home, the item will still be

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Costco is still your source for jumbo packs of toilet paper that will last you though the apocalypse, but pretty soon the big box chain’s Polish hot dogs will no longer be part of its popular food court menu.

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The retail giant quietly announced on Thursday, July 5, that it was revamping its menu in an effort to make way for healthier options, and now that people are out of their Independence Day daze, the startling news is setting in. In short, a lot of people are not pleased.

Still, it’s worth noting that even though the Polish wiener will soon be no more, the all-beef hot dog – which you can still buy with a soda for just $1.50, the same price it was when the combo was introduced in 1984 – isn’t going anywhere. “The all-beef hot dog remains,” Costco CFO Richard Galanti told The Seattle Times, noting the Polish dog will continue to be sold in bulk.

Costco cuts Polish hot dogs in the U.S. — but don’t worry, Canadian stores are safe

  Costco cuts Polish hot dogs in the U.S. — but don’t worry, Canadian stores are safe Costco's menu change comes as the stores are reportedly trying to sell healthier food options.Costco is no longer selling Polish hot dogs at all of its in-store food stands — and it's fair to say some customers are not taking the news well.

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The publication notes Costco hinted at a shift towards healthier menu items back in January, when chief executive Craig Jelinek reportedly told company shareholders, “Not everybody gets as excited about pizza and hot dogs as I do.”

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In the Polish hot dog’s place, Costco shoppers can expect to see more nutritious items such as açai fruit bowls, organic burgers (which started appearing in some stores last summer) and a plant-based protein salad.

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Given those replacements, it’s easy to see why many Polish hot dog lovers are outraged. Check out some impassioned Twitter reactions below:

COSTCO NO LONGER SELLS THE POLISH DOG

— Jonny Le (@jonphu15) June 30, 2018

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The Costco Polish hot dog is being removed for an ACAÍ BOWL?!?

I can’t take more of 2018. https://t.co/GZyhKKLcsn

— James Mattone (@TheJamesMattone) July 9, 2018

I’m still not over #Costco getting rid of their polish hot dog. Like why?! #why

— Joanna (@_Joannnaa) July 8, 2018

My entire childhood is eating a polish hot dog after shopping at Costco. And not to mention y'all took off the berry sundae and added an açai bowl. You also took off the chocolate ice cream and only have vanilla and this vanilla açai swirl. Genuinely mad. #SaveThePolishDog


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