Costco’s New “Delicious” $7 Tuscan Chicken Is Flying Off the Shelves

published Apr 21, 2024
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Getting sick of making the same boring lunch week after week? Ready to try something new that requires absolutely zero effort on your end? (Besides having to pick it up, of course.) Thankfully Costco understands the frustration, which is why the store is always offering easy grab-and-go options over in the fresh prepared food sections of the warehouse. And we have a feeling you’re going to love the latest fresh deli find Costco just dropped: a Tuscan Chicken Wrap made with the grocer’s iconic rotisserie chicken.

The new Tuscan Chicken Wraps feature all of the fan favorite flavors customers love. Each wrap is stuffed with rotisserie chicken, tricolored bell peppers, red pepper pesto, and black olives, all wrapped in a yellow tortilla then sliced into proper servings. Grab a clamshell package at just $6.99 a pound (priced between $17 and $18 total) and you get four prepared wraps with a sun-dried tomato dipping sauce to pair. These wraps make for a perfect easy lunch if you’re feeding a few people at a time, or even as an easy meal prep item if you need something for lunch (or dinner!) that week but don’t feel like cooking.

Shoppers are particularly excited for these wraps, especially after the success of Costco’s previous deli wrap offerings, like their Asian-inspired or Southwest wraps that one shopper said he “bought every other week” because of how convenient and delicious they are. “Wow, these look delicious,” writes one shopper over on Reddit. “Whelp, I guess I’m going to Costco tomorrow,” jokes another after learning about this new deli find.

Costco has certainly been busy when it comes to its selection of prepared ready-to-go foods coming from the retailer’s deli and evolving sushi counter, which has ready-to-go sushi rolls and bowls that can be made with fresh fish right in front of the customer. Needless to say, if you’re having a hard time deciding what to have for lunch and would rather not put in the effort of preparing something, a trip to Costco would be a good idea!