A Nestle recall is making headlines not because of the Lean cuisine meal it's recalling, but the plastic pieces that came with the meal. Talk about insanity!
Apparently, Nestle is recalling more than 10,000 pounds of its Lean Cuisine spaghetti and meatball entrÃ©e. Consumers complained about finding plastic pieces mixed in with their meal. Perhaps, a diet of spaghetti, meatballs, and plastic pieces is what it takes to shed the weight! Disgust is a good deterrent of hunger.
It's a given, Nestle's recall will have negative effects on their reputation as a trustworthy company. If more than 10,000 pounds of tainted meals were approved, what happened to quality control?
Shouldn't quality control be the top priority when factories are churning out products for mass distribution? So far, no injuries were reported by the Nestle mistake. The next time some machine or person fouls up on the production line, worse could happen.
The packages being recalled have an establish number of "P-7991" and the case code "0298595519P." Nestle encourages phone calls to Rox O'Hearn and Bonita Cleveland for questions. O'Hearn can be reached at 440-264-5170. Cleveland can be reached at 440-264-5194.
Readers, would you call? Wouldn't it be interesting to hear Nestle's side of the story?Â How was having plastic chips in their meals possible? These are the questions that Nestle spokespeople should answer.