Ghanaian man buys sealed ideal milk only to open it & find 'tom brown' inside; Nestlé reacts

Ghanaian man buys sealed ideal milk only to open it & find 'tom brown' inside; Nestlé reacts

- Alex Biney, a young man in Ghana bought ideal milk to take with his morning porridge, tom brown, only to find 'tom brown' in the tin

- According to Alex, he perforated the milk only to find that it was not liquid

- In an interesting turn of events, Nestlé Consumer Care came out to boldly apologize to Alex for the inconvenience & showed him what to do

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A young man in Ghana called Alex Biney and identified with the Twitter handle, @AlexKodzoBiney, has dropped a video of a strange product he found in an Ideal Milk container.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Alex's personal Twitter handle, the gentleman mentioned that he intended to add his milk to tom brown only to find a tom brown-looking substance in the tin.

According to him, he initially perforated the sealed tin but the milk did not pour out as aspected, which forced him to take off an entire surface of the container.

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Ghanaian man buys sealed ideal milk only to open it & find tom brown inside; Nestlé reacts

Ghanaian man buys sealed ideal milk only to open it & find tom brown inside Source: @AlexKodzoBiney
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See Alex's post below:

Interestingly, the Twitter handle, Nestlé Consumer Care, came out to apologize to Alex for the disappointment he got from buying the ideal milk and showed him what to do.

"Kindly share with us your contact details to enable the team reach out to you for further details on the concern", they further added.

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It is absolutely exciting to know that companies are online and paying attention to the complaints launched by consumers while ready to take responsibility for any problems that surface.

In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Gregory Andrews, was spotted days ago at the dirty Laboma beach in Accra, cleaning the area with a number of people.

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In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of Ghanavi TV, it is indicated that respected icon's clean-up exercise formed part of activities to mark September 19 as World Clean Up Day 2020.

Gregory Andrews was reported that have joined the Ghana Wildlife Society, along with over 100 volunteers and other partner sanitation agencies to embark on the exercise.

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