Costco is the go-to spot for getting everything in bulk, but this seems a little excessive.
Everybody’s favorite membership-only warehouse club sells 23 pounds of ooey-gooey mac & cheese, with a giant, Home Depot-like bucket as its vessel.
While you can only get so many features out of a bucket of mac & cheese, the Costco site proudly boasts that it has a 20-year shelf life. That means that if you toss it in the garage, and find it 15 years later when you decide to finally move out of that horrid neighborhood where the dogs incessantly bark, and the creepy guy down the street always watches you pick up your mail, the mac will still be good for another five years after.
It’s also good to note that the pasta and cheese sauces are individually packaged to 180 servings, so they didn’t just dump bags of pasta in a huge 6-pound bucket. There’s a little class and sophistication involved here.
While it is out of stock at the moment, it’s only because people are barely finding out that it exists.
Soon enough, on that next re-stock, you can fork over $89.99, and get drastic amount of noods, 5 to 7 business days after you order.