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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.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?
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.We got our egg shipment yesterday. That went straight to the compactor.
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.or destory the eggs if they are unsafe for people to eat.
Did this tonight...took about 40 minutes to throw them out and break down boxesSo i read a workbench message that target is telling all its stores that carry's (carried) Sparboe Farms eggs that they are going to be destroyed via MIR today 11/23/2011. There should be a MIR for all of the pulled eggs today. Target has got various vendors and we should be recieving the new eggs between now and next week. Stores should have received the ok from the company that collects your trash compactor to put all the eggs in their compactor.
People are going to have fun throwing eggs in the compactor.