Last night we went grocery shopping. As we rounded the perimeter of the 190,000 square foot store we came to the deli counter. And we saw this culinary offering…
I know the term “food snob” applies to individuals who basically go to the nth degree to have utmost perfection in food selection and preparation. I may not be that person but I do know when to say “No” to imperfect food.
My dear family & friends in Northwest Arkansas (and wherever you may live) make a stand and respect your palate. Just say “No, No, No” when you come across food that has been prepared with an I-don’t-care attitude.
Your body is worth it.
Ways to say “No, No, No?”
Don’t buy it. Don’t eat it.
When you see something sitting out in a deli counter in disarray, say something to the employees, associates, deli manager, store manager, anyone who works at the deli. If enough of us say something, in theory they will improve the situation.
Tweet about it. Retailers and restaurants should be listening.
Check your cash register receipt. Some Retailers include a link to an online survey. Here is your chance to be heard.
Eat well, my friends. Eat well.