On Tue, 25 Sep 2012 15:51:27 -0500, Sqwertz <[email protected]>
>This time it's Banyan Foods out of Houston Texas
>This was also posted to their Facebook page. I'm sure it will
>disappear from there soon at which time it will go up on Yelp as a
>business review, where they can't remove it so easily.
>Have you down-sized your egg roll and wonton wrappers and forgotten to
>change the labels?
>A couple months ago I bought your wonton wrappers and just thought I
>got a defective package as they were not cut square. Which means I
>have to cut off part of one side to be able to make proper,
>symmetrical wontons, potstickers, shui mai, etc...
>Yesterday I bought some of your larger egg roll wrappers and these are
>cut wrong as well. They measure 6.25" x 7". The label says they
>weigh 16 ounces but they only weigh 15 ounces *including* the
>packaging. And then to make them work for rolling proper egg rolls I
>will have to cut off 3/4" of the product, making the usable product
>weigh less than 14 ounces.
>I don't think it's a coincidence that both of your products have been
>shortened on one side. It's so obvious - who was the brainchild that
>made *that* decision?
>To verify, I went back to the store today and checked all the other
>packages of wonton wrappers and egg roll wrappers. They are all cut
>rectangular rather than square and all weighed less than the stated
>weight on the front of the package.
>This is just plain fraud that you have decided to downgrade your
>products by making them shorter on one side and labeling them the same
>weight. Not to mention the added inconvenience of consumers having to
>trim the products again to make them usable. These products will be
>of no value to anyone if you continue this practice.
>I have documented the erroneous labeled packages both here at home and
>at the store. But I doubt you need proof of any of this since you
>have the proof right there on your production line.
Do you really think a Chinese company will take anyone from a
fercocktah town named "Pflugerville" seriously... and you're not even
embarrassed to admit you're from Pflugerville! <G>
Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. . . .
There is a fishing reel company named Flueger.