Target: Kellogg’s CEO, John A. Bryant
Goal: Implement better surveillance in Kellogg’s plants after employee allegedly urinated on food.
An employee at a Kellogg’s factory reportedly filmed himself urinating all over the food products. A Kellogg’s spokesperson said they had no idea about the incident until the video was shared online this week. The FDA is reportedly conducting a criminal investigation and Kellogg’s plans to prosecute to the fullest extent, but the damage is already done. People have already purchased and consumed the urine-covered food products.
This safety and health hazard is unacceptable. Considering the Kellogg’s factory employees handle food, there’s no reason this disgusting act should’ve gone unnoticed. It appears Kellogg’s doesn’t take their customers’ health seriously or else they’d have measures in place that prevent employees from getting away with contaminating food. Demand that Kellogg’s implement appropriate measures to control the safety of the food products that their employees come into contact with.
Dear Mr. Bryant,
According to video footage, an employee at a Kellogg’s factory urinated all over food and somehow, this horrific act slipped past those in charge. It makes no sense that appropriate surveillance wasn’t in place at a factory where employees are in contact with food. There’s no reason this sort of disgusting, dangerous behavior should be able to occur in your factories without someone seeing it right away.
Had there been appropriate surveillance in place, perhaps customers wouldn’t have unknowingly consumed someone’s bodily fluids. This is an unacceptable health hazard and we demand that you implement better surveillance immediately.
[Your Name Here]
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