The wholesale giant stores bulk items that attract a lot of attention from customers.

The giant bins of macaroni and cheese may have been up to the task.

Costco offers a new product of exceptional size: giant lobster claws.

Shoppers shared photos of huge crustaceans on Instagram, some with Costco's Kirkland brand on the label.

According to FoodBeast, the size of the claws is variable and their weight varies between 2 and 7 pounds. The buyers sharing photos were mainly from California, reported FoodBeast.

On Monday, Instagram's user, @julesfood, shared the photo of a 3-pound label clutching the Newport Beach, California label.

"I've already seen some big claws at Costco, but this one's crazy!" the post office said. "We just had to get it back.This could be a half-weight in shell, but it was already worth it.The family had their fun photo shoot, now it's going on the grill … I hope we have enough butter. "

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Costco did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The Instagram user @wine_country_foodies shared a photo on February 7 with a 4.7-pound package priced at $ 46.95 or $ 9.99 a pound.

On its website, Costco sells six live Maine lobsters weighing 1.25 pounds each at a price of $ 129.99.

Costco is known for selling large products.

In January, the wholesaler sold the Chef's Banquet Macaroni and Cheese Bucket, a 27-pound bucket containing 180 servings of comfort food.

On Wednesday, the product was available and sold for $ 89.99.

It also has a shelf life of 20 years and comes with six cheddar sauce packets, 30 zipper-sealed pouches, and six macaroni pasta pouches, closed with a zipper.

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