Sunday, June 27, 2010

Disappointment in Bulk

Costco is amazing. Amazingly, I never knew that before getting married, when the Best Husband Ever and I started shopping there and scoring tons of quality fresh produce and increasingly more organic and healthy products at bargain prices. However, I have heard tell that other Costcos carry Chobani Greek yogurt in bulk. Our Montana Costco is often the last to be stocked with newer products -- multi-grain sandwiches only just arrived on the shelves within the past year, maybe less -- so the local Costco remained Chobani-less.

Until now.

I know, I know, it's exciting . . . right? It is exciting, but only if you're a fan of the flavored Chobani yogurts. The bulk pack at our Costco contained four single serving containers of each of three flavors: peach, strawberry, and blueberry (for $11.75, if I remember correctly, which is really not all that great of a deal). When I go Greek, I prefer plain or vanilla (honey also sometimes makes an appearance in our fridge).

What up, Costco and Chobani? Let's get some more variety, eh? Still, as long as you continue to sell mango-peach salsa and pita chips by the pound, it's all good in my book.

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1 comment:

  1. thats the problem with Costco or Sams, they sell what they sell, sometimes its a great deal, and sometimes we just settle because its easier.....I try to buy only what I need at Sams....


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