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When the pandemic hit, it brought a lot of changes, large and small. Now, as the vaccines roll out and there appears to be a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel, some of our favorite things are slowly coming back. Case in point, Costco is bringing back its iconic samples and food courts.
Costco's CFO, Richard Galanti,that they anticipate the triumphant return of their food courts, but warns that "it's going to take some time," as some states are still being understandably cautious and keeping safety restrictions in place.
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As those restrictions lift, Costco's indoor food courts and samples will return, although things may look a little different. The company stopped serving free food samples and shut down their food courts at the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. As the pandemic rolled on, the wholesale club slowly reintroduced demos and started offering a scaled-back, take-out only menu at their food courts. For a while it was only hot dogs and pizza, then chicken made a triumphant return, followed by ice cream, smoothies, and churros. According to CNN's interview with Galanti, cooked items like, noodle dishes, and are next.
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As for samples,, they are slowly coming back, too, which is great news for anyone used to snacking while shopping. Of course, the samples will look a little different. from @ shows the revamped sample table with tasty treats packed up in to-go bags next to a sign saying they are "carry out only," and should not be eaten inside. When it comes to free food, we will eat wherever they say.
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"The Korean Vegan, for much of its existence, has been about so much more than the recipes.""I think a lot of us tend to associate Korean food with meat, like Korean barbecue or grilled pork belly. One way that The Korean Vegan tackles those stereotypes is saying you don't need to have meat to eat authentic Korean food," she told me, her voice as full of warmth and passion as it is in her videos.