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2 weeks ago
I never got sick because I left the store after seeing the refrigerator temp was 53 degrees. I also was about to eat a tuna sandwich and the mayo was rancid and the tuna was bad and so I threw it away. I have read some reviews that state a lot of people have gotten sick.
A moment ago I bought a custard of four milks and it's in bad condition... it's sour very bad.. I think they should be more careful with these things because someone could get sick or a child could get sick
Milk turns rancid 7-10 days prior to use by date or expiration and has done so for over 2 years. I complain to store management regularly, even return milk 1/2 gal or gal. This also applies to fill circle organic milk sold there. I believe it has... something to do with storage between milk producer, bottler, warehousing, trucking, and store storage behind the glass door displays for purchase. My refrigerator is consistently cold at 36° F.
12/27 on In the flight. Cockroach in the food tray Dear Sir/Madam,
I am writing this email as a disgusted customer of your airline. I was traveling with my family and friends on the Delta DL305 flight from Honolulu to New York (JFK) today (12/28/22) and we... had a really bad experience which I would like to bring to your attention. We discovered a bug, which looks like a cockroach, in our food tray (see attached photo & video). We were halfway through eating our food and we discovered this.
I immediately brought this to the attention of the flight attendant and the flight leader. They weren't apologetic at all and were just questioning us about how can the cockroach survive in a hot meal, where we can clearly see that it could have come from the salad or the food tray. Either way, it's a really disgusting experience and we were nice enough not to create a scene or notify the rest of the passengers.
After we got off the plane, I was met by a delta representative (attached ID) who took all the details and said that they will report the issue. I didn't get a report # or any other details for reference. I followed up with the flight attendants getting off the plane for her name and she said that she is not allowed to disclose her or her leader's name.
Overall I am really frustrated and unhappy about the way this situation was handled. Discovering this during a 9 hour flight didn't sit well with our group, as most of them have had their meals. It was a really traumatic experience and I would really want Delta to handle this more maturely. Please get back to me on how I can be compensated for this and I hate to say that we are not considering traveling on Delta anymore.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Forget doing the lottery here the staff aren’t trained and don’t no what there doing and when you complain tescos don’t want to no. Rude staff and a rude supervisor /manager | Symptoms: Something else
Suspected food poisoning. Symptoms: Diarrhea,Nausea,Vomiting,Fever,Stomach Pain,Cramps,Chills,Headache
Suspected source: here
Onset: 4 hours
Duration: 24 hours
Additional information: no | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting, Fever, Stomach Pain, Cramps, Chills, Headache
An outbreak of Hepatitis A has been reported at The Willows Primary School in Ipswich, UK. The UK Health Security Agency sent out a letter to parents on Saturday, January 21, notifying them of the small number of cases of the virus, which is a highly contagious... liver infection that can cause flu-like symptoms and jaundice. The letter also stated that Hepatitis A can be spread by the consumption of contaminated food or water, but that for most people, it does not cause any long-term problems.
The UKHSA is currently working with the school to assess the situation and to implement extra precautions to prevent the infection from spreading. These precautions include advising parents to keep children off school for seven days after their symptoms started and to look out for signs of the virus.
In case you experienced Hepatitis A symptoms such as fever, nausea, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, dark-colored urine, and jaundice (yellowing of the skin), it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve issues and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance.