Target removes all market pantry eggs from all their stores

talan123

Team Member/Troll
#8
Soon to be hidden messages in the media from the egg council...

They were egged on by the animal protests.
We feel their eggo was too good for their own good.
We felt their operations were a little too scrambled to go on.
Target demands eggxeptional products for their customers.
Well the sunny side to this is that there are no more problematic eggs for breakfast anymore.
The employees were fried due to their poor workmanship with the eggs.
The investigation began after a few employees were seen counting the chickens before the eggs.
 
#9
We were told it didn't apply to our store. . . I'm a little confused now.
What everyone is saying is making me nervous though. Why were some stores told to hold them and some told to throw them out?
 
#10
We were told it didn't apply to our store. . . I'm a little confused now.
What everyone is saying is making me nervous though. Why were some stores told to hold them and some told to throw them out?
The video mention that sparbo(sp?) farm was a supplier for certain parts of the country. So it may be that they don't supply your area.
 
#13
The stores were NOT instructed to destroy the eggs. Pull and hold. There is nothing wrong with the eggs (just the supplier), so I'm sure Target will attempt to donate them.
 
#17
We got our egg shipment yesterday. That went straight to the compactor.
WTF, just because animals were treated inhumane shouldn't mean it should be thrown away, why not donate it to shelters or sell the rest and ditch the company. There should be activist group for companies that waste food when it could have been donated.
 

Formina Sage

Crown stacker champ
Staff member
Administrator
#18
or destory the eggs if they are unsafe for people to eat.
They're not. The eggs are perfectly fine for consumption. Target pulled them from the shelves for the sake of appearances - they don't want to be seen as accepting Sparboe's treatment of those animals, and because McDonald's immediately dropped business with Sparboe, the news would be out so any guest walking in and seeing Sparboe Farms eggs on the shelves would raise an eyebrow.
 

redeye58

Hasta Ba Rista, Baby!
#19
Best thing would be to call the local food bank & tell 'em they're theirs if they pick 'em up ASAP. That way it falls to the recipient to ensure they're being transported in a temp-safe manner.
 
#20
I would put them back on the shelf with the following sign. "These are the Sparboe eggs you have seen on TV. We no longer do buisness with Sparboe, BUT we have previously purchased these eggs so now we have to get rid of them. We could throw them in the dumpster OR you could buy them for $.99 a dozen, go home, and make your beautiful family a guilt free (because remember we bought them prior to any knowledge of Sparboe's deplorable conditions) omelet."

Do you think that would fit on a 7 X 11?
 
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