BreadTalk bought soya milk from Yeo’s, re-bottled it and sold it at higher prices as “freshly prepared.”
When found out, the company’s spokesperson issued a statement saying “We would like to apologize for any misaligned presentation or wrong impressions created, and clarify that it is never our intention to mislead.”
Hello, “misaligned presentation” and “wrong impression”?
So it’s the consumers’ fault?
Must be, because it’s never the company’s “intention to mislead.”
Some companies are just full of shit, if you ask me.
And if consumers continue to give them business, then they deserved to be ripped off.
BreadTalk really can’t afford any more scandals – the recent fiasco involving their Lee Kuan Yew buns is still fresh in the minds of the public.
Sequel: A BreadTalk staff was spotted icing a Bengawan Solo cake. Oops!