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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Insta Scoop: Jun Lalin Narrates Experience with Expired Milk Tea Product and Staff of a Convenience Store






Images courtesy of Instagram: junlalin

32 comments:

  1. dapat tiningnan nya muna yung expiration or best before date bago nya binili. i do that all the time. basta pagkain o inumin always check the expiration date. better safe than sorry.

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    1. LALO NA PAG MILK!

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    2. Nangyari na nga ang nangyari. Dapat dapat ka pa jan.

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    3. Accountable pa rin ang store sa stocks na nasa shelves.

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  2. Ang haba, puro Family Mart naman ang nabasa ko.

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  3. How convenience! Maygad!

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    1. HAHAHAHAHA! The convenient store is convenience!

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  4. Mahinahon parin siya pati sa rant niya. Love you! Haha

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  5. Kelangan talga maging vigilant sa mga binibili, always check the expiration date.

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  6. In my opinion may pagkukulang tlga ang Family Mart dahil hindi nila chinecheck ng mabuti ang expiration ng kanilang paninda and aside pa dyan hindi marunong ang pinaka manager nila how to handle situations like this. Sa parte naman ni Jun Lalin may pagkukulang din. Unang una pag dairy products normally chinecheck ang expireation date bago inumin or kainin pag iingat na din natin sa atin kalusugan. Kahit pa sa grocey pag bibili ka ng gatas, chocolate drink, kahit tinapay o ano mang isusubo natin o ihahalo sa pagkain dapat tlgang tingnan mo ang expiration date.

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    1. Nasa itsura ba ni Jun lalin ang tumitingin sa expiration date? Lol

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    2. Ako lahat ng food items tinitignan ko yung best before kaya nagtatagal sa grocery. Even non-food items kung hindi nagmamadali. Baka sa pagmamadali hindi na tinignan besides convenience store naman yung pinagbilhan nya. Tama ka responsibility yun ng Family Mart. Paano kung matanda ang bibili hindi na mabasa mabuti yung expiration diba? Or bata.

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    3. 2:59 teh lakas ng tawa ko sa comment mo. wala ng tingin tingin, habhab/lagok na lang agad

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    4. Ako din hahaha bwisit ka 2:59 napahagalpak ako sa madaling araw

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  7. Kasalanan mo, di mo tinignan ang E.D.

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    1. Hindi naman lahat makakabasa ng expiry date like old people and kids. Nagbebenta sila ng food so responsibility nila i-check kung safe ba kainin ang binebenta nila. Hindi sana nagtago yung Manager kung ang customer ang may kasalanan noh.

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    2. 1:38 so di kasalanan magbenta ng expired? Che!

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  8. grabe, bumibili pa naman ako sa family mart. medyo nakakatakot to.

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    1. Huh? Its just a matter of checking the expiry date ng bibilhin mong drink whats there to be afraid of lol.

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    2. Problem din kasi by branch may branch na sobrang ganda and accommodating may branch din na baliktad sa positive. Diko lang get kung bakit nagkukulang ibang branch sa pagcheck ng expired goods samantalang yung iba updated yung stocks nila.

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  9. Check the EXPIRATION DATE first of all items before using, drinking and eating to be safe.

    Noodles
    Canned goods
    Juice drinks
    Softdrinks
    Milk tea
    Coffee
    Chocolates
    Junk foods
    Frozen food items
    and etc

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  10. Haba naman ng post next time mag tubig na lang manay junjun

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    1. Even bottled water has best before seal. Because of the chemicals in the plastic bottles.

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  11. Nagulat ako kasi nakatira na sia sa ibang bansa pero di nia na adapt yung ugali ng japs na laging nagchicheck ng expiration date bago bumili. But liable din ang Family Mart branch na yan na i check LAHAT ng items nila ang expiration date ng items na nasa shelves. Nakawork ako sa convenience store dati at talagang responsibility ng staff yan.

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  12. the point is that the store is selling an expired product. kapag may nangyari sa customer, hindi na niya kasalanan kung hindi niya tiningnan ang expiration date ng produkto. a product on a store shelf is deemed fit for consumption.

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    1. Kasalanan man ng store yan, hassle pa din pag naospital ka at nagkadelay delay flight mo which is naiwasan sana kung inugali yung check in ang expiration date ng ininom at kinain . Tsaka sana nakita nia expire naingest nia sana isinuka nia na sa banyo.

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    2. inducing vomiting is not always safe. and that's not even the issue, 5:52.

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  13. Nakakawindang. Dyan pa naman sa mismong branch na yan ako bumibili ng milk tea dati. Buti na lang hindi na ako nagmmilk tea ngayon. Sana ung mga hotdog at food nila dun wag naman expired... :( </3

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  14. responsibility mismo un ng store about the expiration date.my mga expiration date n hindi open ung date.misan letters or other codes nilalagay nila and sometimes production date lng nilalagay. kya hindi ksalanan ng consumer un.

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  15. Di ko kinaya sa haba. But I tried. Get well soon na lang po.

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  16. As consumers, we need to be watchful din, especially with expiration dates. Pero syempre, the main fault is with the establishment who don't conduct proper inventory of their stocks.

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