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A Canadian man got a shock when he opened a box of cereal only to discover a hand-written message from three plant workers explaining that it was last box of cereal produced at the now-shuttered factory.
Stephane Gaudette said he first noticed a handwritten message in black marker, "Please read the bag" across the top of his Frosted Flakes, reports the CBC.
On the bag inside the box, a note explained that the cereal was the final one off the line at the factory in London, Ontario when it closed on December 5, 2014.
“This is the very last bag of Canadian cereal for the Canadian market from Kellog’s,” the note on the bag read.
originally posted by: Iamthatbish
How can they possibly deny they dis this when they signed their name?!
Rule #1 deny deny deny deny!! Even kids know this.
ETA: that cereal is gross, that's why sales are down
originally posted by: illusion987
I don't understand this mentality that everyone should have a job forever. I have been laid off before. Companies are in business to make money, they are not charities. You know how not to get laid off? Start your own business so you can lay people off. Make yourself indispensable. Make yourself so vital to the company, they can't fire you even if they wanted to.
originally posted by: Blackmarketeer
Shame. Some of the jobs will go to Belleville, Ontario according to Kellogg's, and the rest will go to China, to their Yihai Kerry joint venture. They're said to be expanding a major new facility in Rayong, Thailand for cereal and snack food production, which will certainly be closing additional Canadian plants then.
Welcome to the global free market.
Dog nappers now roam all over Thailand and most dogs are stolen pets. It is not a debate about the rights and wrongs of eating dog meat.