Costco is relaxing some of the policies it put in place amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Over the last two months, the chain implemented safety protocols to encourage social distancing in order to keep employees and customers healthy.
After previously scaling back its food court menus, Costco has once again started offering pizza by the slice, reported “Today.”
The food blog The Costco Connoisseur shared images of the slices from one location and included a sign with the list of menu options.
It noted that hot dogs, sodas, whole cheese pizzas, whole pepperoni pizzas, slices of cheese pizza and slices of pepperoni pizza were available to be purchased for takeout.
“A limited menu is available at Costco Food Courts. Orders are only available for takeout — seating is not available. Please ask Costco Food Court employees for available condiments,” read a message on the official Costco website.
Unfortunately, its beloved free food samples are still not being offered.
The company is also no longer limiting entry to two people per membership card. You are once again free to shop with your spouse and children, if you dare. Costco instituted the restriction back in April in order to discourage overcrowding.
All shoppers entering the store will continue to have to wear a face covering. Children under the age of 2, or anyone with a medical condition that prohibits them from wearing a mask are exempt from the policy.
Costco warehouses remain open from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., Monday through Friday exclusively for members ages 60 and older, and people with disabilities.
And to ensure items are available, Costco is limiting all beef, pork and poultry purchases to three items per member.
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