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These Costco Items Continue to Face Shortages and Purchase Limits

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Amanda McDonald of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 7: As 2021 gets closer to turning into 2022, info about shortages and product limits is not anything any shopper wants to hear. Yet, there are some items that are hard to find on grocery store shelves and may even have a purchase limit, and Costco's CFO, Richard Galanti, discussed them in a recent earnings call with investors.Related: These 4 Costco Items Have Changed, Customers SayHere's what he said about what's happening: "From a supply chain perspective, the factors pressuring supply chains and inflation include port delays, container shortages, COVID disruptions, shortages on various components, raw materials and ingredients, labor cost pressures and trucker and driver shortages — trucks and driver shortages…Furniture delays and some shortages have caused traditional rollout times to go from eight to 12 weeks — from eight to 12 weeks up to 16 to 18 weeks. In some ways, we think that's an advantage. We're selling out generally merchandise once it's received within two weeks on most items. And we've ordered more and earlier." Until the new stock comes in on time, here is the list of items affected that currently are low in stock or have purchase limits on them right now.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!.

These Costco Items Continue to Face Shortages and Purchase Limits

As 2021 gets closer to turning into 2022, info about shortages and product limits is not anything any shopper wants to hear. Yet, there are some items that are hard to find on grocery store shelves and may even have a purchase limit, and Costco's CFO, Richard Galanti, discussed them in a recent earnings call with investors.

Related: These 4 Costco Items Have Changed, Customers Say

Here's what he said about what's happening:

"From a supply chain perspective, the factors pressuring supply chains and inflation include port delays, container shortages, COVID disruptions, shortages on various components, raw materials and ingredients, labor cost pressures and trucker and driver shortages — trucks and driver shortages…Furniture delays and some shortages have caused traditional rollout times to go from eight to 12 weeks — from eight to 12 weeks up to 16 to 18 weeks. In some ways, we think that's an advantage. We're selling out generally merchandise once it's received within two weeks on most items. And we've ordered more and earlier."

Until the new stock comes in on time, here is the list of items affected that currently are low in stock or have purchase limits on them right now.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!.

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