TESCO GET AN F FOR CUSTOMER CARE

March 14, 2006 at 9:25 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Tesco or is that now rebranded RAJCO,have well and truly,positively,flung their hand up me me style for membership of the Nazi Party,or is that New Labour ?,I forget !,anyway Rajco have done a splendid piece of how not to win friends and influence people by a stunning own goal statement on their own website.
TESCO WEBSITE
http://www.tescocorporate.com/page.aspx?pointerid=5F3C8F3962834E53B1B9DEF85D4DA6F6

Here,words so extraordinary you’d think it was a joke,the main dagger in English hearts is.

“we recognise the importance of buying locally in all our businesses. However, not everything can be sourced locally – and customers now expect to be able to buy what they want regardless of season or country of origin.
We have dedicated buying teams in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, whose task it is to seek out and develop relationships with suppliers. In the UK, Tesco stocks over 7,000 local products. All products are labelled with the country of origin and, where appropriate, with national flags”.
Quote Tesco website

The key points to me are
customers now expect to be able to buy what they want regardless of season or country of origin.
regardless of season or country of origin.
Is that regardless of Country of origin until(heaven forbid)the product is English then the product is Labelled as mystery food from a distant galaxy far far away.

Other key point
We have dedicated buying teams in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, whose task it is to seek out and develop relationships with suppliers.
Dedicated buying teams in Scotland,Wales,and Northern Ireland
So noone at Tesco is dedicated to buying from England,that is a damning bullseye for the true evil that trickles down from Head Office.
Farmers throughout England are circumvented for the New Labour cause,so a question to you all out there.
If Tesco buy from Scotland,Wales and NI,BUT NOT ENGLAND,where do British products come from ?

Are they Scottish labelled -British or Welsh labelled – British or NI labelled – British ?
Heres a fine idea how about Tesco having someone buying English as they don’t do at the moment.
My last point being
All products are labelled with the country of origin and, where appropriate, with national flags.
So as Tesco don’t buy from England that explains why you and I cannot buy anything English at Tesco,such a shame 50 million possible customers ignored that’s the Ratner effect for you-IGNORANCE

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