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Costco Accused Of Selling Rotisserie Chicken Having Parasites And Holes

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All hail the king of wholesale and grocery, Costco! Costco rules the domain of low prices and that’s most probably why people absolutely love shopping there! Be it produce, meat, anything, Costco provides you with the best deals on their prices!

Costco Rotisserie Chicken

The rotisserie chicken at Costco might be priced at the lowest cost for what it is sold for at other places. It only costs $5 to buy fresh rotisserie chicken from Costco. This gives the customers a delicious meal at an affordable price.

Now, we all are well aware of the fact that “with lovers come haters.” As much as people love the rotisserie chicken being sold at Costco, there are some who aren’t really big fans of it.

One such customer took to TikTok and made a certain accusation about Costco’s rotisserie chicken. The TikTok user,  @nakedbeauty, made a video of the rotisserie chicken they bought from Costco and posted it.

In the video, the user was heard and seen accusing Costco of selling chicken which had holes and parasites in it. Watching the video, several users came to Costco’s defense.

One user commented, “It’s veins..not parasites. Natural chicken.” Explaining the possibility of there being holes in the chicken, one user wrote, “No parasites it’s a vein and they do poke them to check the temp.”

This isn’t the first time that one of Costco’s chicken products has been accused of containing parasites. A while back, a family from Australia claimed to have found live worms in their chicken.

This chicken wasn’t the rotisserie chicken but was Costco’s steggles chicken. In another complaint made recently by a family from Los Angeles, Costco was reported to be sued for $200,000.

The family found live worms in their halibut fish and it was not a pleasant experience for the family. If there’s a possibility of these claims being true, we would advise Costco to be a bit more careful regarding their quality of products.

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