With Combo Pizzas to Polish Dogs, Costco has made multiple severe changes to its food court menu in recent years, and consumers have never forgiven or forgotten those losses.
Thankfully, the shop appears to be listening to consumers' repeated requests to bring back their food court favorites.
This month, Costco announced the return of their popular sliced onions, and now members are reporting the return of another food court lunch choice, the Chicken Caesar Salad.
A Costco buyer in Cranberry, Pa., saw the salad on the food court menu this week and posted the good news on Reddit.
The Costco customer sent a photo to establish that the famous salad was on the food court menu, but Costco did not immediately react to our request for confirmation.
Another Redditor working at a North Carolina Costco stated the salad signage arrived lately.
Since Costco reduced their food court menu during the COVID-19 outbreak, members haven't seen the Chicken Caesar Salad. It was healthier than pizza pieces, hot dogs, and Chicken Bakes at warehouse cafes.
Customers often rate it as one of their favorite Costco food court items, even though it has been discontinued for years.
Costco members rejoiced over the reintroduction of the popular salad. "Nature is healing," one Reddit shopper remarked. "We need this nationwide asap!" another added.
The returning Chicken Caesar Salads differ in a few ways. The sign in the Redditor's image claims the new salad has rotisserie chicken breast, whereas the old salad had generic chicken strips.
The new salad costs $6.99 and lacks cherry tomatoes. Some Costco members weren't disturbed by the alleged price rise.
"Even with the cost increase, still a good price for an extremely decent salad," Redditor said.
If these salads become nationwide, buyers can work on getting Costco to bring back other food court favorites like the Hot Turkey & Provolone Sandwiches and Beef Chili with Beans.