- Complete Meals and Amazon despatched out an e-mail to prospects in some southern states saying that the turkey they bought could not dwell as much as “high quality” requirements.
- Whereas the turkeys are nonetheless suitable for eating, prospects will get a $50 Amazon reward card credited to their account.
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Complete Meals despatched out an e-mail to prospects in some southern states on Thursday morning explaining that they bought a Turkey that will not dwell as much as the corporate’s “high quality” requirements.
The e-mail “pressured there was no recognized meals security or well being danger with any of the turkeys,” according to CNN Business.
Whereas the turkeys have been nonetheless suitable for eating, Complete Meals will nonetheless be offering those that bought the unsatisfactory product a $50 credit score towards their Amazon account. (Amazon is the mother or father firm for Complete Meals.)
Based on an organization spokesperson, the assertion was despatched to prospects in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and two shops within the Florida panhandle.
Prospects took to Twitter to specific their concern with the odor of the Turkey’s that had been bought.
—Richard Brown (@Richard___Brown) November 26, 2020
—Erica Siegel (@ericasiegel) November 26, 2020
—Tim Roten (@TiminWS) November 27, 2020
Complete Meals responded to the considerations, typically pointing prospects within the route of the USDA’s suggestions for dealing with turkey.
That is on high of different precautions Complete Meals took earlier than the vacation to make sure that prospects would have a easy Thanksgiving.
This yr the retailer unveiled the ‘Turkey Protection Program’ wherein prospects may “insure” any turkey purchased between November 11-12 by buying a $35 Complete Meals reward card. If the turkey turned out underwhelming for any motive, those that purchased the insurance coverage may file a declare beginning right now.