Repeat after me: “Wal-Mart doesn’t care.”

You probably know already that there was a massive dog food recall about a week ago. Do Wal-Mart managers? From WKYC (via the Consumerist):

We found over three shelves full of Ol’ Roy, one of the recalled brands.

Only three varieties of Ol’ Roy have been recalled, and with so many varieties, this can be confusing for customers.

A WalMart spokesperson told us their stores are carefully handling the recall, and also issued a statement.

The company reassures “As an additional precautionary measure, we have also put a sales restriction on the products in question so that, should one inadvertently be scanned, a restriction notice will come up for the cashier.”

Of course, we all know how well that sales restriction thingy worked out for those Nazi t-shirts.

2 Responses to “Repeat after me: “Wal-Mart doesn’t care.””

  1. Sam says:

    So… I’m hoping you’ll be on Ol’Roy being the top selling brand in America and the fact that it was tainted with wheat from China. Seems whenever and whatever for a company gets involved with Wal-Mart it means outsourcing for costs purposes. Price of doing business with Bentonville’s Beast.

    This is now a deadly game. First the pets, then…

    Well, a good many of the Wal-Mart “organics” are from China since the labor is so much lower. Obviously lower costs have little to nothing to do with safety among other things.

  2. [...] Last week Jonathan remarked in regards the poisoned dog and cat foods: Of course, we all know how well that sales restriction thingy worked out for those Nazi t-shirts. Yes, Jonathan, we do, and so did one lady in Beufort, South Carolina. [...]

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