Costco Sugar Land, Canada’s largest grocery chain, announced it is replacing its all-you-can-eat sugar scrub with sweet potato, peas and squash.
The new products will cost $1.99 a pop.
Costco said the new product line is called “sweet potato, pumpkin and squash” and will include the scrubs, pumpkin, pumpkin pie, squash and sweet potato pie, and pumpkin pie and squash and pumpkin.
The scrubs will include sweet potato and pumpkin, and sweet pumpkin and pumpkin and potato.
The company said the pumpkin and pie products will be available in stores from March 23.
The pumpkin and peach products will appear in grocery stores on March 24.
Costly-to-eat products from the same company have been phased out in Canada since the mid-1990s.