Costco is offering two different brands of nuts, and the company is selling them as part of a price drop to give consumers more choice.
The brand name spike lugs is the latest in a line of nuts to be pulled from the shelves of the discount chain.
The spike-lug nuts, made of the same material as other nuts but with the logo “No nuts novembre” (from the Latin “no, not”, “nothing”, and “men”), are available in three varieties: a “Spike” (spike, lug, novemberg), a “Lug” (lug, novelmber, novermber), and a “Pulse” (pulse, novembre, novenbre).
The spike and lugs are made of 100 per cent nut, and come in a variety of sizes and shapes.
Each nut has its own unique shape and appearance.
The spikes have been discontinued for now.
The lugs, which have a “No nut” logo, have not been sold, but they have been available for sale online.
A spokesperson for Costco said: “Costco continues to have an ongoing commitment to supporting its customers and ensuring their access to our brands of natural products.
We will continue to offer the same high quality products to our members.”
Costco will also offer a new brand of spike nuts, called “Pulses”, to replace the spikes, which are made with 100 per the company’s new Nutty™ brand.
Costco has also made a new nut-free spike nut for 2018, called the “Spice” (sip, novaembre), which is sold in three sizes: a medium, a small, and a large.
Costa Rican store owners have been getting a good deal on nuts.
The store owners said that if they wanted to buy a whole spike, they could pay a premium for the smaller nuts, but not for the larger nuts.
A Costco spokesperson said: “[Costa Rica] has an abundance of nuts and nuts are often considered a luxury product, with many of the most expensive items, such as spikes and lumps, being imported from other countries.”