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Quality Of 10 # Box Of Covered Wagon Bacon
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Rating: 1/51

SPRINGDALE, MISSISSIPPI -- Bought this to mix with venison to make hamburger. Did not cook or taste the bacon first. Bacon was badly freezer burn and gave the hamburger a terrible freezer burn taste. Could not find a date on the box of bacon other than TSD SALES & DISTRIBUTION, 1988. Ruined 30 # of hamburger.

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Chicken Quarters Filled With Extra Stuff for Weight
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Rating: 1/51

SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI -- Bought Gold Leaf Chicken Quarters from Wal Mart. Usually they are good but lately have been filled with backs and extra skin off other chickens to add to the weight. I am fully aware the some extra fat and skin on a quarter section is acceptable and needs to be trimmed but adding extra fill is not acceptable. If happens again I will not buy products from TSD.

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Chicken “Leg Quarters” Include a Lot of Backs.
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Rating: 1/51

I purchased a case (5 of the 10lb bags) of chicken leg quarters. The package states “leg quarters” and that “an extra leg or thigh may be used to make up the weight”. There were a minimum of three full backs in each bag not attached to the quarters and several pieces were both legs, thighs and the full back, unseparated. Walmart refunded my money, the company has yet to respond.

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Poor Food Quality
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Rating: 3/51

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.

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Ba-Con Game
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Rating: 1/51

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"!

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Mutilated Legs & Quarters
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Rating: 1/51

ARKANSAS -- I've bought several bags of this brand within the last six months. This must be the less than perfect quarters that Tyson doesn't want to place on their top consumer packages. Tyson has placed their mutilated, poorly cut, chicken pieces under the "Gold Leaf" label. If you want whole chicken quarters do not buy!! In the last few bags I've gotten only a few quarters and the rest cut up legs and thighs. However, if you're preparing some Asian or Latino dishes that does not require perfect cuts, well this bag is for you!

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Ground Beef
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Rating: 1/51

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.

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Did This Bacon Come From a Razor Back???
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Rating: 1/51

SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS -- Of course, it's BLT time, fresh tomatoes out of the garden. I was in Walmart and checked out the bacon. Almost $5.00 a pound for all brands. Corn King was highlighted with a good buy sign. Slightly less than the rest on price. Grabbed up 3 packs, got the rest of my stuff and headed home. I opened 1 package and put it all on a cookie sheet, a small cookie sheet. Showed my husband and looked at the package, ONLY 12 ounces, not a pound! Very fatty and stringy. Cooked in oven 430 degrees, as I learned in working in restaurants for many years. We ended up with 3 {three} sandwiches out of it. Take a bite, can't bite it off, too stringy, even though I tried to make it very crispy.

Everyone has to make a profit, I understand that. Times are hard. But to mislead the public with their packaging and inferior product, just is not right. I would take the rest of it back to the store, but it's 40 miles round trip, so what am I saving? I would like my money back, plus mileage and time wasted, pain and suffering for having to eat that garbage!

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Rating: 1/51

KERNERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA -- I purchase your meat a lot from Wal-Mart & Aldi's. This roll of ground beef was 93% lean & 7% fat. I think what I got was just a roll of fat. It covered the whole roll, & was through & through. I know times are tight but give us what we pay for… Less fat! This had to be the roll the fat was to be thrown away but got made into a roll for sale. I've never gotten this much fat in a package of meat with more required fat. So hurt our country has come to this. We can't afford these types of problems. Times are hard enough!! What ever happened to good old American quality?

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Ground Beef Chuck 80/20 Slimy Texture, Lacking the Taste of Beef
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SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS -- I purchase 1 lb. ground beef chuck 80/20 in large quantities at my local Walmart and have for years. I freeze the meat immediately after purchasing it. The meat comes in "chubs", the packaging is the same as it has always been, so I am assuming the distributor has not changed. I have never previously had a problem with the quality or taste of the meat in these "chubs"; however, recently I have found the meat to have a strange almost slimy or slippery texture, and the slimy meat is almost flavorless. I took one bite and literally had to spit it out.

I assumed that it was just that particular package, but to my dismay, I have now tried and discovered 3 more of the packages I had purchased to be the same sub-quality beef. I plan to take the rest of my purchase back to Walmart. TSD Sales and Distribution, Springdale Arkansas is the company Walmart buys this "slime" called ground beef from. The package says it is USDA Inspected. Yikes!! USDA, TSD Sales, and Walmart are all a part of this complaint.

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