Costco Sells Out of 27Pound Storage Bucket Mac and Cheese

first_img Finally, KFC Makes A Colonel Sanders Dating GameKFC Tests Plant-Based Beyond Fried Chicken in Atlanta Bad news for those looking to stock up on Costco’s food hit, the 27-pound bucket of macaroni and cheese with 20 years of shelf life: it’s now sold out on the warehouse’s website after going viral on social media.The Chef’s Banquet Macaroni & Cheese Storage Bucket is a bargain hunter’s dream. The tub of elbow pasta and cheddar cheese sauce has 180 servings and a staggering shelf life of 20 years — all for $89.99. That means customers only pay about 50 cents per serving.The cheese and pasta are packaged in separate bulk pouches “with oxygen absorbers, to protect the quality and ensure a long shelf life,” according to Costco.Photo Credit: CostcoPlus, the container  is a heavy-duty six-gallon bucket with lid that customers can easily transport and stack.But does it taste good?A reviewer on the Costco website writes: “I was surprised. Honestly, I was expecting something that tasted horrible. I was surprised to find out that it was very good. But, don’t pack the cheese sauce powder.”Here’s hoping the retail giant stocks more of these giant tubs of ooey-gooey goodness.And if you’re looking for another ginormous food bargain, here’s a bit of good news. Costco’s 7-pound tub of Nutella spread is still in stock, for $21.99.More on Geek.com:KFC’S Firelog That Smells Like Their Chicken Sold Out in HoursFirst Lab-Grown Steak Gives Foodies a Taste of the FutureNearly 1 in 5 Adults Mistakenly Think They Have Food Allergy Stay on targetlast_img read more