Walmart - BUG IN MY "WASHED AND READY TO EAT" SPINACH
After a morning, which led to a rather warm afternoon, I decided that I would purchase my greens from my local Walmart, as to prevent heat induced wilting.My local Walmart is the last stop for groceries, etc.
on the way to my house, making it a convenient stop for various items of necessity. I have purchased organic vegetables from Walmart, before, with no problem, so I figured why not. Though Walmart is never my first choice of places to shop, for anything, there are times that I have little to no other options. I am a vegetarian.
Therefore, my daily salad intake is absolutely necessary. I am also allergic to bees. That said, I opened my sealed container of "Marketside, washed and ready to eat, baby spinach", began to place my spinach onto my plate, only to be stunned at the sight of a DEAD BEE, lying belly up on a piece of the spinach. I am not, at all, a fan of any type of insect.
Needless to say, I was absolutely disgusted, my appetite was gone and I was highly disappointed, for multiple reasons. 1) I wasted my hard earned money on this garbage. 2) After not eating for the majority of the day, I was looking forward to my dinner. 3) The thought of what may have happened, had I eaten the bee.
4) False "washed and ready to eat" advertisement. 5) The idea of having to make another trip to a different, much further grocery store, in order to purchase a betrer quality product. Marketside, you need to do better.
Walmart, you need to do better.You could have killed someone.
Review about: Marketside Baby Spinach.
Reason of review: Bad quality.