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Costco stores in Tustin, Pacoima test computerized food-court ordering kiosks

By in Press Enterprise on February 12, 2018

By Samantha Gowen

Costco stores in Tustin and Pacomia are testing a new computerized ordering system at the big-box retailer’s food court.

Imagine a churro, hot dog and Pepsi in about a minute. No line, no wondering where to shove your cart full of goodies while you wait.

The self-serve kiosk at the Tustin District location was installed two weeks ago, a Costco employee said Sunday. So far, it’s been a great success and wait times have been cut substantially, he said.

  • The new food-ordering kiosk at Costco at the Tustin District Legacy retail center. The kiosks went in about two weeks ago and have cut down wait time for food, an employee said. (Samantha Gowen, Southern California News Group)

  • A look at the new food-ordering computer at Costco at the Tustin District Legacy retail center. A computer kiosk went in about two weeks ago and have cut down wait time for food, an employee said. (Samantha Gowen, Southern California News Group)

    A look at the new food-ordering computer at Costco at the Tustin District Legacy retail center. A computer kiosk went in about two weeks ago and have cut down wait time for food, an employee said. (Samantha Gowen, Southern California News Group)

  • Customers wait at the kiosk order windows at Costco at the Tustin District Legacy retail center. Customers order food first at the kiosk then switch to a pickup window for their orders. Total wait time on Sunday, Feb. 11 was about 2 minutes. (Samantha Gowen, Southern California News Group)

    Customers wait at the kiosk order windows at Costco at the Tustin District Legacy retail center. Customers order food first at the kiosk then switch to a pickup window for their orders. Total wait time on Sunday, […]    

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