21 Beloved Costco Products That You’ll Never See On The Shelves Again

As The Rolling Stones once said, “You can’t always get what you want.” And a lot of Costco customers are all too familiar with that feeling. Yes, the wholesaler has discontinued a ton of popular products – such as the All-American Chocolate Cake – and it has even made changes to its famous chicken rotisseries. So let’s explore some of the most beloved items Costco just won’t sell anymore.

21. Chocolate soft-serve

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, Costco would’ve been the perfect place to go shopping in the past. Why’s that? Well, the wholesaler used to offer cups of chocolate and vanilla soft-serve to its customers. But Eat This, Not that! notes that the chocolate flavor was discontinued in 2018 in favor of the acai bowl.

20. Kirkland Signature Light Beer

Remember when Costco sold Kirkland Signature Light Beer? A pack of 48 cans would have only set you back by $22, according to MoneyWise. That’s not even 50 cents for each drink! Anyway, it was a product that had both lovers and haters, before the chain eventually dropped it in 2018.

19. Kirkland Signature Turkey Burgers

It goes without saying that certain burgers can be pretty unhealthy. Mind you, Kirkland Signature Turkey Burgers were just 200 calories a pop. So of course dieting consumers fell in love with them. Yet that didn’t stop Costco from pulling the product in the end. Not even a Change.org petition could sway the decision!

18. Costco-branded cookbooks

For over a decade, Costco put out an annual cookbook that commemorated Thanksgiving. And people couldn’t get enough of them. But the chain eventually decided to dump the books in favor of a new idea. Simply put, a feature in the Costco Connection publication took its place: “Farm to Table.” It’s just not the same, is it?