Costco Has Sad News For Fans Of Its Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee

Costco can be the perfect one-stop shop for locating a variety of items for your everyday needs, such as produce, snacks, coffee, and more. The store prides itself on being able to fulfill its customers' needs by giving them access to products in several categories at affordable rates. As the brand explains, "With hundreds of locations worldwide, Costco provides a wide selection of merchandise, plus the convenience of specialty departments and exclusive member services, all designed to make your shopping experience a pleasurable one."

The best part? Costco doesn't restrict you to limited options when you're hunting for something like coffee; there is plenty to choose from. According to Roasty Coffee, some of the best caffeine options to opt for at Costco include the Kirkland Signature House Blend, Starbucks Pike Place Medium Roast, San Francisco Bay Coffee French Roast, Dunkin' Donuts Original Blend Ground Coffee, and more. 

Another popular pick is the Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee. According to Eat This, Not That!, this one is a versatile choice that works for different kinds of coffee machines. Sadly, fans of this particular brand are in for a rude shock.

It's going away from Costco stores

Brace yourselves: Costco has decided to stop stocking Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee on its shelves. As pointed out by Eat This, Not That!, an Instagram user recently revealed that a death star has appeared next to this product. What does this mean? Basically, it's going to be disappearing from Costco outlets pretty soon. Loud sigh.

A fan of Lavazza expressed their disappointment and wrote that this brand is tough to find in the U.S. "Lavazza is all we drink in Europe," they explained. "Seriously the best. Unfortunately we can't get much of it in the U.S." Another fan wrote that they enjoy Lavazza coffee much more than other options, and have been a loyalist of the brand for several years. If you like this product, it may be a good idea to head to your nearest Costco soon and get your hands on the last few bags while you still can.