In a move that has the country’s largest restaurant chain scrambling to respond, the retailer has announced it will no longer sell red dining tables for its Mexican dining table and other food items.

The move is part of a larger effort to modernize the dining tables and other dining equipment, which has caused many of the dining table items to be discontinued in the past.

The announcement follows the recent announcement by the company that it would no longer offer red dining plates and tables at some of its stores.

In a statement to ABC News, a spokesman said the company is looking for more sustainable ways to deliver its products.

“Costco recognizes that some of the food and beverage items we sell to our customers may not be as good as the products we provide to our restaurants, and we are working with suppliers to improve the quality of our products,” he said.

The spokesman added that the company’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond the dining room.

“We’ve always had a focus on creating the best-quality products that are convenient and delicious, and today’s announcement is another example of our commitment to improving the food we serve, and our food suppliers,” he wrote.

The company’s red food and drink plates, which are available for purchase at most of its locations, have become popular among many families for their rustic appeal.

But for many families who enjoy eating out, red dining is not a part of their routine, and many families have complained about the lack of seating.

The red dining room is one of several items that have become part of the company and its restaurant menu.

The restaurant chain also has recently begun offering red plates at some stores, which have not been widely available, but many people have not had a chance to try the new products.

The new red dining plate will include a red plate that will have a different shape, color and texture, but will still have the same number of seats.

“This is a big deal for our customers.

It’s not just about food, it’s about the food itself,” said Tiana Buesseler, a spokesperson for the chain.

“They know that if they have a dining room and they’re having a meal together, they’re going to want that seat.”

Bueseler said that the restaurant chain was looking to offer the new dining plates to the public in a few weeks, and she said it is “working on the next phase.”

Bueseler said it was important for the company to “keep the dining environment and the comfort level for our guests and to take steps to improve our quality of the product.”

Costco has been facing some criticism for the number of red dining rooms it sells.

The American Family Association, a national conservative group, has called the red plates a “disaster” and said they “are causing problems for families that are struggling to feed themselves and their families.”

In an online petition launched last month, the group said the red dining sets are “not a sustainable way to serve our nation’s most vulnerable, but the restaurant chains are not making the choices they need to improve them.”

The American Heritage Award for Excellence in Design, which is given annually to a design or decoration that exemplifies “American exceptionalism,” was created to recognize the quality and ingenuity of the designs that represent America.

It is not known how much money the award has raised for the foundation.

ABC News’ John Voisin contributed to this report.