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I've watched your supermarket videos with interest. I live close to a Sainsbury's in Woolton, Liverpool. The store is now nearly 30 years old & is so run down that locals are calling it ****SBURY'S.

 

The tiles on the floor are coming up everywhere & are covered with hardboard & left without being repaired. I know many people who work at this store & have left in discussed at what they have seen. I'm told that this ****SBURY'S branch is so short staffed that they don't have enough staff to process a delivery quick enough. So, you might buy something that is well within the sell-buy date & the fridge might be running at the correct temperature, but there is no way of telling how long the food has been left in transit from the refrigerated delivery lorry until it is put into a fridge.

 

I have has so many upset stomachs this last few years that I thought I had IBS, now I shop at M&S & it has cured my IBS!

 

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Now let anyone say the tv license fee isn't justified. Well done the BBC.

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I work for Tesco , it is 2015 , sadly , nothing has changed and no manager is interested if you bring up these dangerous practices and falsifying the safe and legal (temperature log) books happens all the time....Daily , spoke to manager about it and said I was unhappy and he said "I think you will find that this is how all supermarkets do it "!!!

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I work for Tesco , it is 2015 , sadly , nothing has changed and no manager is interested if you bring up these dangerous practices and falsifying the safe and legal (temperature log) books happens all the time....Daily , spoke to manager about it and said I was unhappy and he said "I think you will find that this is how all supermarkets do it "!!!

 

Ah, all supermarkets do it, that's ok then.

 

Lets all go out and kill people, others are doing it so it must be ok.

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I work for Tesco , it is 2015 , sadly , nothing has changed and no manager is interested if you bring up these dangerous practices and falsifying the safe and legal (temperature log) books happens all the time....Daily , spoke to manager about it and said I was unhappy and he said "I think you will find that this is how all supermarkets do it "!!!

 

Bit Zarmowoop says nothing has changed, so easiest to tag onto this thread than start it all over again.

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If they still do it, then theres a simple answer. Get environmental health involved. They will do uindercover investigations, and surprise visits. Basically they watch what happens as a normal customer, then when they actually come to the shop officially, they walk right up to the counter thats of concern and shut it down until theyre satisfied.


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You work for Tesco

 

Tesco are a Unionised workplace.

 

May I suggest you take your concerns to your local union Branch Meeting.(USDAW)


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