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(AZCentral)   Kraft fined for allegations of underweight Oscar Mayer "meats"   (azcentral.com) divider line 10
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2012-05-09 12:51:05 PM
Easy fix. Just inject more salt water into it.
 
2012-05-09 12:56:02 PM
They're cutting back on the pink slime content

/they didn't want to, but the suppliers are going out of business
 
2012-05-09 02:15:32 PM
FTA: A Kraft spokeswoman tells the Wisconsin State Journal some oven heat changes and other manufacturing changes "resulted in unplanned and unwanted variances." She says corrections have been made.

"Once we started tinkering with the mix of mechanically separated animal tissue, we couldn't calculate how much brine would remain after baking the meat-like loaves, so, yeah, we'll have to re-tune our manufacturing process."
 
2012-05-09 02:25:35 PM
Gotta pay for that O lineman to protect Brady's backside.
 
2012-05-09 02:31:07 PM
None were packaged at the Madison factory of Oscar Mayer, which is based in Madison.

Where again?
 
2012-05-09 02:32:43 PM

FormlessOne: FTA: A Kraft spokeswoman tells the Wisconsin State Journal some oven heat changes and other manufacturing changes "resulted in unplanned and unwanted variances." She says corrections have been made.

"Once we started tinkering with the mix of mechanically separated animal tissue, we couldn't calculate how much brine would remain after baking the meat-like loaves, so, yeah, we'll have to re-tune our manufacturing process."


You're telling me they don't have a post packaging weight check in place? How the hell are they packaging things?!? Volume? Sight? Intuition?
 
2012-05-09 02:34:07 PM
None were packaged at the Madison factory of Oscar Mayer, which is based in Madison.


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2012-05-09 02:38:29 PM
They had to trim some of the meat off because it's going into make a Koch industries wiener large enough to cram in the asses of all the unions and democrats in wisconsin.
 
2012-05-09 04:29:26 PM

Fizpez: FormlessOne: FTA: A Kraft spokeswoman tells the Wisconsin State Journal some oven heat changes and other manufacturing changes "resulted in unplanned and unwanted variances." She says corrections have been made.

"Once we started tinkering with the mix of mechanically separated animal tissue, we couldn't calculate how much brine would remain after baking the meat-like loaves, so, yeah, we'll have to re-tune our manufacturing process."

You're telling me they don't have a post packaging weight check in place? How the hell are they packaging things?!? Volume? Sight? Intuition?


Automation, and of course they knew the packages were underweight - I think we realize that they provided an excuse, rather than a reason, as to why they were screwing customers, and that we're seeing a press release for a plea bargain.

The running joke here is that they somehow think that what Oscar Meyer sells is "meat," except under the vaguest USDA definition of that word.
 
2012-05-10 11:12:55 AM
My weiner has a first name
It's m - i - c - r - o
My weiner has a second name
It's p - e - n - i - s

That's why everybody loves Armor Hot Dogs.

Size Queens especially.,
 
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