Food sampling to remain on hold at Costco

Costco customers have encountered a serious scope of changes in stores across Canada in the previous a while, from the frantic dashes to snatch pined for moves of bathroom tissue, limitations on returns, and physical distancing measures.

In any case, one part of the Costco shopping experience has been missing and is going to remain as such in Canada for the present: food samples.

In late May, Costco in the U.S. uncovered it would restore the practice – with some retooled systems – and would be beginning a “slow roll-out” for the arrival of food sampling beginning in mid-June, as per BNN Bloomberg.

Canadian Costco customers who have looked to the U.S. for hints with regards to what may occur next at stores in our nation may have been jumping for happiness, yet alas, things simply won’t be the equivalent on this side of the border.

The warehouse-style retailing goliath affirmed in an email to V.I.A. “at this time, there are no plans to resume sampling in Canadian locations.”

As of late, while U.S. Costco stores started mentioning clients wear face masks on May 4, Costco Canada didn’t execute a similar rule until May 21.

With regards to Costco Canada food courts, starting at prior this month the organization says: “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.”

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