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Mouldy sausage roll at Bangkok airport - authorities force King Power to act

 

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Thai caption: Decisive action at Suvarnabhumi shop

 

The chief of Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok has reacted swiftly after a mouldy sausage roll was found at one of the airport's outlets. 

 

Unusually for stories of this nature the shop was named. It was Aimm's Cup Corner. 

 

This shop were renting as part of an arrangement with the King Power Suvarnabhumi Co Ltd group who had responsibility for the shop. 

 

Airport chief Sutheerawat Suwannarat was quickly in contact with King Power to sort out the matter. 

 

He said that the sausage roll in question had not been put in the fridge which worsened its condition. In addition the product had no manufacturing date or sell by date. 

 

Consequently a staff member had put old and new stock together on the shelf.

 

Staff training was now in place to make sure there would be no repeat. 

 

He assured the public of high standards of food and cleanliness at Bangkok's main airport.

 

Thailand's strict defamation laws often leads to company names being omitted, notes Thaivisa. 

 
Source: TNA-MOCT
 
 
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4 minutes ago, webfact said:

Staff training was now in place to make sure there would be no repeat. 

 

Staff are now taught to wipe off mould with a clean cloth soaked in a bit of bleach before putting on display.

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1 hour ago, worgeordie said:

Somebody missing a finger ?

regards worgeordie

I was thinking of different bit of anatomy.... playing some "hide the sausage"?

 

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So who was given the bigger 'Brown Envelope' by Aimm's Cup Corner. 3 contenders:-

The Customer = disqualified for going public.

AOT = Definitely qualified for being at the top of the food chain.

King Power = Definitely qualified for having a finger in every pie!

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1 hour ago, happy chappie said:

My mrs would eat that and not even understand why I wouldn't want a bite of it.

Same here. I don't buy sausage rolls anymore, cause mold in these products seems to be quite common. (Bought a few ones that were moldy insight over the years). The Mrs., however keeps buying them, so I usually take the rolls apart for inspection before eating them...

 

Funny thing is, being charged 150 or 200 baht for a sandwich, etc. at the airport, I always presumed that the quality of the food sold there was better than average. As if... Guess, I will eat before getting to the airport in the future.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Staff training was now in place to make sure there would be no repeat. 

 

He assured the public of high standards of food and cleanliness at Bangkok's main airport.

With no manufacturing date or expiry date I don't know how this is going to be achieved?

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15 minutes ago, Radar501 said:

The food outlet needs to lift its game in regards to both hygiene AND presentation.

 

 

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The photo above conjures up rather pornographic visions and the OP photo is nothing but a shriveled wiener that needs to be examined by the forensics department.

These are proper sausage rolls, made with sausage meat. They are hugely popular in the UK.

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

This shop were renting as part of an arrangement with the King Power Suvarnabhumi Co Ltd group who had responsibility for the shop

A bit of blame shifting then? Surely fake news - such a well esteemed monopoly would never let profitability interrupt their pursuit of quality customer service? Even more disturbing is what looks like the big first bite into it! I hope someone has a toilet nearby!!  

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