SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS -- I have purchased the 5 lb rolls of the 80/20 ground beef for years. Occasionally there is a mass of fat, perhaps the size of a dime but last night when I was preparing portions I found a mass of fat nearly the size of a golf ball. If I am paying for 80/20 meat that is what I expect to receive. This was lower quality therefore I feel that the price I paid was not fair to receive sub quality product.
CANYON, TEXAS -- Thought we were buying ground beef when in actuality we bought a by-product... made out of beef and pork parts. So we just got expensive ground up bologna. This is disgusting... time to stop buying my meat from the local grocer and go to the local butcher. It's worth paying a little more to get what I actually know to be beef from a real cow and healthy for my family. These damn people are slowly killing us off through our food supply with the crap that comes from these places. No wonder cancer has begun to run rampant through our society. Shame on you Walmart and United for selling this stuff to honest tax paying Americans.
SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS -- I have bought this chicken from my grocery store many times over and never seen chicken so mutilated or not processed so poorly. Plus there was a part of the back bone in the package, some of the chicken still had partial feathers on the legs. Some was so mutilated in the cutting of the chicken, never seen that before. I buy this chicken cause it's the cheapest way to buy chicken. I don't know who cuts your chickens up but they need to go back to the very beginning and start training all over again. I've been a meat cutter and this isn't the way to cut meat. Thank you for your time.
SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS -- I purchase at least 10 of the ten pound bags of chicken each month and the quality and taste is similar to Tyson chicken legs and thighs. Sometimes there is feather stubs or a few bone pieces but that cleans up quite easily. Considering the price that I pay is way below the individual packaged prices, I am not going to whine or cry about that. Thanks.
SPRINGDALE, ALASKA -- I bought a package of your Ole Carolina Hickory Smoked Sliced Bacon and 3/4 of the package was nothing but white fat! How can you even put this product out for sale to consumers when it's garbage? I demand a full refund. I bought it from PriceRite in Cromwell, CT this past Friday, Sept 23, 2016.
SPRINGDALE, ARIZONA -- This was undoubtedly the worst product I have ever purchased at my supermarket! It had the most fat content I have ever seen in a package of bacon. I separated the fat content from the entire package and weighed it on my digital kitchen scale and it displayed an even 9 ounces. The advertised weight on the package displayed was 16 ounces. That means that 60% of the "bacon" is animal fat. The math: -60 is -375% of 16. At a price of $5.00, there is no need to finish the math to see who got "porked"!
SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS -- I reluctantly purchased Corn King bacon at my fiancé's request. We literally debated in front of the breakfast meats for more than two minutes, with pauses and sighs included. It was a whole dollar cheaper than the "less than stellar" Great Value bacon we normally select; we could purchase three packages for the price of two at $2.99 for twelve ounces.
Long story short, my cooking experience with this bacon consisted of me saying it was how "old school bacon" used to cook. It wasn't all white fat and didn't shrivel to the point of non-existence, and just looked delicious. As for the taste, it was beyond expectations. I expected a weak flavor, but no. Just delicious. And I'm not one to do research on an unknown distributor and sing their praises, but hey… It's goooood. Lol.