Status: 24/09/2023, 19:04 p.m.
By: Armin T. Linder
A colorful salad mix became a little too colorful for a Rewe customer: He complained to the supermarket about a quite disgusting find.
Cologne - After that, he probably lost his appetite for vitamins. And his "favorite Rewe" has also collected minus points: A supermarket customer complained via Facebook about a highly unpleasant find in the salad. An insect had strayed between the crisp green leaves. The Rewe customer documents this with two photos. Of course, the discovery has not been officially confirmed, but it doesn't look like a fake either.
Rewe in Cologne: Customer makes disgusting discovery
"Mmmmhhhh ... damn delicious what you find in your ready-to-eat salads," he writes on the official Rewe Facebook page. He also indicates where the lettuce and animal come from: "Bought at my actual favorite Rewe Center, Venloer Str. 601-603." The city is then of course Cologne.
Now there is no question that lettuce is a natural product and – no matter how it is grown – something unwelcome can interfere with it. "If you wash the salad properly, then the meat side dishes are gone, too," notes one commenter. It's also not the first disgusting find in a supermarket salad. An Edeka customer made the acquaintance of a frog. And in the Aldi broccoli, a customer discovered something unsightly. Just two examples from social media. The Cologne-based Rewe customer now has another one ready.
Rewe responds to complaint: "We're sorry"
Rewe reacts promptly to the complaint and is inconsolable. "Of course this shouldn't happen, sorry!" writes the social media team and wants to know: "What kind of salad was that?" There was no answer in the first twelve hours, but the supermarket was still allowed to follow up on the uninvited guest. Cathy Hummels recently showed up at a Munich discount store and caused a lack of understanding. (lin)