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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After a long hiatus, Kansas Citians can finally get their hands on “roller food” items at QuikTrip stores.

In response to repeated questions about the return of roller food and pastries in the Kansas City market, QuikTrip issued a press release simply saying, “They’re back.”

Hot dogs, corn dogs, taquitos and other items as well as freshly made pastries were removed from self-serve cases in March 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Those who live in other parts of the metro, like Johnson County and eastern Jackson County, might not have notice the change. It appears the roller foods mostly disappeared in Kansas City.

It’s unclear exactly when the items returned, but FOX4’s Harold Kuntz noticed the rotating hot dog grill back in use on Feb. 23.

“This is a big moment,” he tweeted.