April Reeves, June 1, 2010
I am on the bandwagon with the Enviropig. It stinks. Literally. So I asked Maple Leaf Foods, one of Canada’s largest hog producers, what their position was on Enviropig, and this was their answer:
May 21, 2010
Dear Ms. Reeves,
Thank you for your recent inquiry.
We are monitoring the situation and no decision has been made at this time. If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact us at our toll-free number of 1-800-268-3708.
Consumer Response Representative
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Wow, how amazing, to get a response from a customer rep! I feel honored, Maple Leaf.
So, I am going to continue with my quest for information, and I am urging you to follow along. Below are emails and names of those in Maple Leaf who may actually answer us from Canada with something intelligent to say.
Please contact these nice folks with your question: “What is Maple Leaf’s response to the Enviropig? Will Maple Leaf allow the Enviropig into our food chain?”
And let them know that Canadians don’t want it!
CBAN’s link to Minister of Health: http://www.cban.ca/Resources/Topics/Enviropig This is easy to follow and do, so please take a minute to do this.
Contact Maple Leaf: http://www.mapleleaf.com/en/corporate/contact-us/request-form/
Investor Relations: firstname.lastname@example.org (they really need to hear you)!