(WXYZ) — Costco is set to bring back its free in-store samples next month.
The wholesale warehouse stopped offering free samples back in March due to the coronavirus – as a way to help prevent the spread of the virus.
In an earnings call on Thursday, the company's CFO said the samples will return in mid-June.
Costco says changes will be made, such as shoppers not being able to take a sample from a tray.
It's unclear how shoppers will be able to eat the samples since the company requires everyone in their stores to wear masks.
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