Why Costco and Trader Joe’s stopped selling your favorite food; the sad truth about why many restaurants close their doors
We’ve seen a massive rise in the number of Americans who are suffering from the loss of jobs, or at least the economic future that they once enjoyed.
The “middle class” has been shrinking at an alarming pace, and now, with the end of President Donald Trump’s tax cuts at hand, the unemployment rate could very well skyrocket to a number that has not been seen since Obama first took office in 2009.
And to put it bluntly, this economic catastrophe is impacting a huge percentage of people who were counting on being paid more money, or on some other economic miracle to allow them to buy things at this point.
For these reasons, many restaurants and restaurants are closing their doors, while others are re-opening, or are even starting to sell some of their more expensive, and more indulgent dishes.
And while a few restaurants or restaurants are selling their more expensive or more exclusive wares at a loss, many are doing so at a huge profit.
Here are some examples of fast casual, or “mom and pop” restaurants and food vendors who are making a killing because of the loss of their competitors in other industries:
One of the best examples of this is Costco, a huge, nationwide food store chain.
While these types of companies have been struggling under the weight of the recession, and have lost a large percentage of their former customer base, they still hold onto enough cash flow to continue their business, and the average cost of everything is still low for the average American.
For example, the average cost of a gallon of milk is $2.83 at Costco, which is $0.09 more than the price at Wal-Mart.
One of the more interesting things about Costco is that they have many different types of products that are sold under their own brand name and at lower prices.
In fact, their “specialty” products are the most expensive by far in the grocery store chain.
And for customers who want to know all the details of being a Costco member, look them up on Facebook; it’s just a matter of finding the link of your state and choosing which one