Campbell’s soup recently recalled 15 million pounds of Spaghetti-Ohs.
That’s not exactly a ringing endorsement. So why would I want to buy their products? And why do I think all of you should as well?
Because there wasn’t a single complaint about the product. No consumers. No stores. Not the FDA. No one complained.
Campbell’s discovered a bad can of food which led to the investigation of and discovery of a faulty cooking machine in one of their factories. So they recalled any food that might have gone through that cooker – 15 million pounds of Spaghetti-Ohs (full story).
They didn’t have to do that. This is corporate responsibility at its best. This is the kind of behavior we can only wish BP would have exhibited. I hope every company in the future learns from this action.
And to make that point abundantly clear, I’m putting Campbell’s on my grocery list this week.
Please join me. And if soup isn’t your favorite, Campbell’s brands also include Pepperidge Farm, V8, Prego, Pace and Swanson.
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