(WXYZ) — Costco has set a meat-purchase limit for consumers during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, joining such food retailers as The Kroger Co. and Alberstons.
For the time being, Costco will limit beef, pork and poultry purchases to a total of three items per member.
Costco has implemented limits on certain items to help ensure more members are able to purchase merchandise they want and need, the retail chain said.
“Our buyers and suppliers are working hard to provide essential, high demand merchandise as well as everyday favorites."
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