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Costco Sold More Rotisserie Chickens in 2021 as Grocery Prices Hit Record Highs

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Amanda McDonald of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 5: Jim Sinegal, one of the co-founders of Costco, forcefully told CEO Craig Jelinek almost four years ago to never raise the price of the $1.50 hot dog and soda combo in food courts. It's not the only deal that has weathered inflation at America's largest warehouse chain. (Related: 7 Cherished Costco Bakery and Deli Items You Can Get Right Now)Costco sells 100 million rotisserie chickens every year—and they've been the same price for more than a decade! If you're a member, a whole bird only costs $4.99. In fact, the warehouse chain actually loses money on the sticker price in the long run.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!.

Costco Sold More Rotisserie Chickens in 2021 as Grocery Prices Hit Record Highs

Jim Sinegal, one of the co-founders of Costco, forcefully told CEO Craig Jelinek almost four years ago to never raise the price of the $1.50 hot dog and soda combo in food courts. It's not the only deal that has weathered inflation at America's largest warehouse chain. (Related: 7 Cherished Costco Bakery and Deli Items You Can Get Right Now)

Costco sells 100 million rotisserie chickens every year—and they've been the same price for more than a decade! If you're a member, a whole bird only costs $4.99. In fact, the warehouse chain actually loses money on the sticker price in the long run.

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