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Old Wed, Aug-01-18, 08:12
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The last trip to Costco was a disappointment. I had a list of 5 items and they didn't have 3 of them.

They didn't have frozen organic cauliflower rice, but I had never looked for it before so maybe that store just doesn't carry it.

They no longer carry ground bison which they have had for at least 8-10 years. It was the only ground red meat I liked.

They no longer carry the 210-count Kleenex tissues.

To be perfectly honest, we have found the quality at Sam's Club getting a lot better, and we are buying more things there than we used to.
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Old Thu, Aug-02-18, 03:49
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The organic cauliflower rice supplier changed for us...it was four nice sized bags together from Cascadian Farms, to one large frozen lump from Green Giant. Way less convenient so management and the Suggestion box heard from me. Store managers have some leeway on what to stock and do read those. They can tell you if something is just out of stock at warehouse (bison?) or gone for good. Which connects to another reason Costco has become a favorite...the staff at our store are amazing... helpful, knowledgeable, happy, friendly. Always willing to check stock, give advice, handle returns with a smile. When this new store opened applications to existing Costco employees, they got three times the number they could hire, so picked the best, many with years of service. It's reputation for treating its employees well shows in every visit.
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Old Thu, Aug-02-18, 08:00
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Yes, husband checked on the last 2 I mentioned--they're gone for good. Oh well, life goes on.

I agree--one of the best things about Costco has been the quality of their employees--great people and always helpful.
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Old Thu, Aug-02-18, 10:44
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Mentioned the KerryGold package and price change on a LC FB page, and learned that Kirkland has just added its own brand of European Style Butter, priced just above regular. So new poster hadn't tried it yet, and I wasnt looking for it. Will be interreesting where it is produced because even LandOLakes is doing a European style now with about 2% more fat.
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Old Wed, Nov-28-18, 05:20
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Still do not have a Kirkland European style butter in NC, I use the organic for baking, and no manager sale on KerryGold so far this holiday season. But the underwear was back for $7...DH and I are now set for the season. The already prepared mashed cauliflower in heat n serve tray is back for the holidays but it does have additives and funky ingredients. There is a new dark brown beef bone broth in the dairy case...have not had the courage to try it yet. https://www.pressery.com/organic-bone-broth Our store now has Moon Cheese in addition to Whisps. And the Monday before Thanksgiving picked up a huge lush fresh greenery wreath, soaked it for days, and put it up on the weekend. Decorating done for $15.
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Old Wed, Nov-28-18, 11:08
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Found kerrygold at half price right before thanksgiving at most expensive grocery in the area: SHaws. Maybe they outbid costo co for a sale price.
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