Friday, February 3, 2012

It Stinks

I prepare almost everything I eat from scratch. But... sometimes I make a sandwich using a well-marketed new deli-meat.

Your labelling was very misleading, Maple Leaf, and I won't buy your products again.


Betsy said...

wow...misleading? That was out and outright dishonest! Ugh!

Mary said...

I've been a non-meat eater for 35 years so don't have to bother myself with this - but my husband does buy lunch meat now and then for a sandwich so he's reading about it right now!

Again G, thank you for the heads up - so important for those who are feeding young kids especially!

Any way you might consider adding the Follower option to your wonderful blog dear. I feel bad not knowing when you post and you always have such good ones. If I could become a Follower I'd always be able to see you immediately when you post. I usually only visit blogs who allow me to Follow now because I just can't keep up with so many people when I have to search them for new posts. Just a suggestion, perhaps you like it the way it is which is fine.

Enjoy your weekend - and don't work too hard!

Hugs - Mary

The Clever Pup said...

g, does this mean we have to lay off the celery too? I haven't been a fan of Maple Leaf since the Listeriosis problem. There's always Rowe's. (when I can afford it)

Blog Princess G said...

Betsy: Terrible!

Mary: I've taken your advice. :)

Clever Pup: I think celery's okay. Yes, I should have learned by now. As for Rowe's, yes. We have lots of good options in Toronto, don't we.