Having had another day of out of date stuff in Sainsburys, I've decided it's time to take action.http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/group.php?gid=245513079173&ref=nf
Go to your local store, grab some out of date items and make a rough count. Then send this letter, together with your own stats (mine are used for illustrative purposes) to the chairman of Sainsburys. Together we can all Taste the Difference.
Dear Mr Hampton,
Having already tried to resolve this matter in person with your various managers and underlings I have decided instead to make a proposal to Sainsburys PLC: For each item of out-of-date stock I find on the shelves of your supermarkets, Sainsburys will pay me a £10 reward.
My trip today for example found 18 packets of beef mince dated January 9th (today is the 11th), three packets of chicken dated January 10th, two TRAYS of yoghurts dated January 9th (I shall be claiming these items individually and there were 12 to a tray) and one duck leg dated 8th January. So for todays trip Im afraid you owe me £460.
Now Im going to be generous and give you this trip on the house as it were. However in future I shall take all out of date items of stock I find to the customer services desk where I shall claim my reward. Please could you familiarise your staff with this arrangement.
(YOUR NAME AND NEAREST STORE HERE)
Simply send your letter to Philip Hampton to this address:
J Sainsbury plc