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There’s one major difference between Costco food courts in the US and South Korea — and it’s not the menu (COST)

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From the outside, Costco locations in South Korea look pretty similar to those in the US. They’re towering buildings, stuffed with products sold in bulk. Even the food courts are almost identical, serving hot dogs, pizza, and soft-serve ice cream.

However, scrolling through photos taken in Korean Costcos reveal a key difference: Customers are eating an incredible amount of the free onions that are provided in American stores as a hot dog topping.

Costco customers in South Korea eat 20 times as many onions as American Costco cafe customers, the Los Angeles Times reported, citing company data. The read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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