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Why Costco Needs Disposable Food Containers
Listen up guys. It is about to get real. Costco is one of the coolest places to go. Unless it is Saturday. Then it is a legitimate nightmare.
By: Packaging Supplies
However, Costco has made a great mistake in my opinion. They do not offer disposable food containers. A flimsy half piece of a carton for the hot dog to sit in does not count as a food container. What about the time you go on your bi-monthly Costco trip and the only convenient day that week is a Saturday? If you are anything like me, you would rather eat in your car than fight off the crowds for one of those greasy tables on a weekend day. But what do you do when the smell of freshly boiled hot dogs stings your nostrils? Do you deny yourself the goodness you so deserve and walk past the food court with your head held high? I think not. You get your big girl panties on, wait in a 30 minute line, and get that hot dog and you try not to create a ketchup-y mustard-y mess while you wait in line to get your receipt highlighted (for the third time). By the time you make it to your car, your hot dog is likely to be cold, soggy, and not as good as it could have been if there was a way to keep it fresh.
If the managers at Costco were wise, they would listen up and give the people what they want: a safe place to put their hot dog. At PackagingSupplies.com they can order disposable food containers that are made to perfectly fit items such as hot dogs and sub sandwiches. The site also offers single and multiple compartment containers for the other food items they sell. Because Costco is a huge fan of buying in bulk, they will be extremely excited when they see that the disposable food containers come in quantities of 200 and 500. This makes the price per unit as affordable as they come. The quality styrafoam will keep the food fresh, hot, and safely sealed. No ketchup on the new white pants, a happy customer, and another hot dog sold.