From my view, COSTCO, and others, have dropped the beef they used to have . The meat is set up to look as good as the OLD days but, in truth (my view), the customer is paying MUCH, MUCH more for a piece of CRAP !!
They may have better steak but with much higher costs. I don’t buy their HIGH, HIGH
steaks like I used to, if I saved my money for their best steak, I could save money for a while and buy a nice car or truck.
I don’t know what is behind the current push to hurt the customer, maybe just plain greed, but in time to come I think we’ll be eating a whole lot of “SO CALLED FOOD” that used to be fed to our animals also, a lot of the so called departments that we used to buy food at will only be able to take care of the very wealthy…..then the departments will think differently of the middle and lower customers.
I hope the customers that are taking such a beating now will look around, find the reasonable stores, (if there are any ) and leave the big food stores (you know which ones)
and leave them in the past, they deserve it.
Good luck to us all!
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