Costco’s food court is known for its affordable and delicious menu items — including pizza, which is available by the slice or as an 18-inch pie. Due to the high demand for pizzas, the chain has gone above and beyond, implementing an advanced pizza robot that helps the staff to keep up with orders. The robot is capable of spreading a precise and uniform amount of pizza sauce across the dough, making sure that it reaches the edges of the crust.

Many customers find the pizza-making process mesmerizing, and some Costco locations even have a glass partition around the food court that allows shoppers to witness their orders being made (check out the TikTok video below). Even so, despite the impressive technology, some customers express concerns about the limited topping options and the amount of sauce added to the pizza.


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♬ original sound – Mike Ayesh

The exact cost of Costco’s pizza machine is, unfortunately, still unknown, but it is estimated to be something around $7,000. Regardless of how much it costs, we can clearly tell that Costco is willing to invest in technology that ensures customer satisfaction — while some customers have criticized the pizza machine for its lack of variety, others appreciate the convenience and affordability of Costco’s pizza.

To sum it up, Costco’s pizza robot is a fascinating sight for onlookers and a testament to the chain’s commitment to using innovative technology to improve its food offerings. At the same time that there are still limited topping options and the amount of sauce added to the pizza may be a concern for some customers, the efficiency and precision of the pizza robot continues to be a popular attraction in Costco’s food court. Please make sure to tell us in the comments if you have ever seen the robot in action and what are your thoughts about it!

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