Sam’s Club is known for its big and bulky items, from giant packs of paper towels and supersized containers of laundry detergent to huge bags of snacks that can feed a party.
This holiday season, however, the Walmart-owned warehouse club is shrinking down the size of some foods to better fit Americans’ plans for scaled-back holiday celebrations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Expect to see smaller hams and downsized desserts.
Megan Crozier, Sam’s Club’s chief merchandising officer, said the retailer added smaller packs during the pandemic as Americans’ routines changed. It reduced the size of items, including brownie packs and cake mix. She said the petite packs sold well, so Sam’s Club…