A Coles shopper has hit out at the supermarket giant after opening a package of steak she bought for dinner.
The woman took to Facebook on Monday night to complain about the quality of the meat.
“Got to love opening up the rump steak to cook, only to find over a quarter of the packet to be slabs of fat,” she wrote.
“The main slab was hidden perfectly under the label so had zero chance of checking it before purchasing.”
The Coles customer also included an image of the fat she had removed from the meat sitting on a scale.
The meat’s label says it weighed 0.881kg, while the weight of the fat reads 0.233kg.
A Coles spokesperson responded to her Facebook complaint, thanking the shopper for reaching out.
“We're sorry to see you encountered this issue as we pride ourselves on the quality of our products and we continuously monitor these standards,” they said before asking for her to send a private message with store details.
On Monday, another Coles shopper in coronavirus isolation expressed despair after receiving a note from a delivery driver about his late groceries.
The driver left a handwritten letter behind explaining that “a few” of the customer’s items hadn’t been loaded onto their truck before it left the supermarket.
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