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DON'T BUY VEGETABLES FROM SAV A LOT AND WYLWOOD OUT OF MISSOURIS.DON'T BUY VEGETABLES FROM SAV A LOT AND WYLWOOD OUT OF MISSOURI.

Sav A Lot is only in the poor neighborhoods and they do not take responsibility for the products they sell under their private brand label-Wylwood. Rocks in their vegetables -they find it acceptable. They are good at passing responsibility on others. DON'T BUY VEGETABLES FROM SAV A LOT AND WYLWOOD OUT OF MISSOURI.

They feel they can serve poor people rocks for dinner and call it quality food.They treat poor people like cattle and dogs.

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Anonymous
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I found in Wylwoods sealed bag of Large Limas a dried up baby mouse! Disgusting! I wish I could post a pic of it for I would!

Anonymous
Wellsville, Ohio, United States #754912

I buy Wlywood vegetables at save o-lots in Wellsville Ohio and I'm sick of the garbage you people sell, got a bag of Broccoli cuts the other day and entire bag was stems, not one piece of broccoli, this store has become a joke with over priced junk, chicken last month was so nasty it shouldn't of been sold to anyone, now this. someone in quality control better do there job, maybe that's the problem, there isn't one.

fredslocombe
Shoreline, Washington, United States #730481

As a teenager one summer I worked at a large fruit orchard. My job was to sit at a conveyor belt and pick debris from among the rotten strawberries that went into giant machine that ground the strawberries into the juice that accompanies better strawberries in those frozen strawberry packages or into jars of strawberry jam.

When they use machines to pick strawberries, they don't miss much. Mouse pieces, frog pieces, baby bird pieces, snails, and of course rocks. I was the only one on that conveyor belt. Everyone else was on the conveyor belt that sorted the strawberries for fresh packages.

The belt ran fast so I missed a lot. Sometimes a rock would jam the grinder, sometimes the hose from the machine to the holding vat would come loose and spray strawberry frappe all over the plant.

Remember this rule of thumb: Anything that comes in a can or a sealed bag of any kind has passed along a conveyor belt of one kind or another and is subject to exposure to other elements.

Always buy fresh. :grin

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