8 Discontinued Costco Foods We Want Back

Combo Pizza

It's been a while since we bid this cheesy, breaded treat, stuffed with pepperoni, sausage, peppers, olives, onions, and mushrooms, a final farewell.

Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee

It's been just over a year since we learned that the 2.2-lb package of Lavazza had to be said goodbye to by Costco customers.

Half-Sheet Cakes

These vanilla and chocolate buttercream-iced cakes were the pinnacle of do-it-yourself party planning.

Parmigiano Reggiano Wedges

Customers at Kirkland were outraged when this parmigiano reggiano that had been aged for 24 months was permanently removed from the store's catalogue.

Take and Bake Pizza

This take-and-bake refrigerator-style pizza satisfied cravings for it if you enjoyed Costco pizza but continued to crave it after leaving the food court. until it was removed from the aisles at the end of 2021.

Polish Dogs

This one was taken out of the food court in 2018, so it's nothing new, but it's still difficult to accept. There is no sign of the cherished Polish dog inside the warehouse walls, and it is unlikely to appear again.

Pocky Chocolate Biscuit Sticks

Although this Japanese snack is available elsewhere besides Costco, Kirkland members received a nice discount while it lasted, with each box in the 12-pack costing less than $1.

Kirkland Signature Turkey Burgers

These low meat beef substitute patties, ideal for high-protein meal preparation, are among the dead. While a petition for these has also been started, it seems like the Kirkland turkey burgers are doomed to failure.

The feeling of hope permeates Costco aisles as shoppers roam looking for those iconic deals that soon end up on their forever-buy lists. 

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