Members of Costco enjoy learning about new foods to eat, and the retailer is renowned for its quick and simple pre-made deli dishes.
One is making its debut in warehouses just in time for the summer's backyard barbecues, which is especially convenient given that the Fourth of July is quickly approaching.
On June 28, Costco released its brand-new Garden Chicken Salad, and so far, fans are enthusiastic as seen by the post's over 8,000 likes from members who are glad to see something new in the pre-made deli section.
The Chicken Garden Salad is topped with chicken breast strips and includes carrots, orange, yellow, and red bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, parmesan cheese, and croutons.
The new product costs $5.99 a pound and also includes a Caesar vinaigrette.
While spotting a brand-new deli item can be quite uncommon, several members have said that in recent months they have seen sushi in warehouses all throughout the United States.
More and more places, such as Hawaii, California, New York, and Minnesota, are starting to offer the Japanese delicacy.
Key Lime Pie has suddenly returned to the warehouse bakery, and it's a big order.
It features 16 pre-cut slices and weighs more than 4 pounds, so it should be sufficient for a modest gathering. This delicacy hasn't been available at Costco since July of last year, when it generated a splash of excitement at its return.
Priced at $15.99, or nearly a dollar per slice, it has a butter graham crust, is topped with whipped cream, and is made with real butter.