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Hungryman Complaint - Mexican TV Dinner - Mexican Dinner

Review by dead eye on 2008-04-17
OREGON -- Your Hungryman Mexican TV dinner used to be so good. Then you changed it and put in a brownie instead of cocada pudding. We bought one to try and it was really gross. The whole dinner had changed, and not for the better. We quit buying your dinners all together. Then we seen one in the store last week, and the cocada pudding was back. We were so excited because we thought they had changed to what they were before. The enchiladas, the whole dinner was just bad. They were so good before with the refried beans, the red sauce, cocada pudding, rice, and enchiladas. I know you are trying to cut cost, but at what expense. We would whether pay an extra $1.00 Or more for quality, then pay for that gross tasting stuff you are putting out now.We don't buy any of your dinners now, because if you have changed the quality of this one so bad, I would assume the quality is gone on all of them.

Please think about changing them back to a good tasting dinner that a person can enjoy. Because right now all they are good for is the garbage.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-04-17
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-04-17:
I cant remember the last time I chowed down a TV dinner.

Posted by bargod on 2008-04-17:
You get excited about tv dinners? I guess if I was on a desert island and hadn't eaten for a couple months I would get excited too.
Posted by Ponie on 2008-04-17:
If you would 'whether' pay $1 more, go to a small Mexican restaurant. I can't say I get 'excited' about TV dinners, but there have been times when I've finished with a project late in the evening and one of Michelina's Stuffed Pepper Casseroles does the trick.

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