When Wal-Mart learns that one of its products has been recalled, we all expect it to get pulled from store shelves immediately. But that’s not always the case.
Last year, animal lovers were outraged to find recalled pet food still sitting on Wal-Mart’s shelves. One customer went so far as to spend $1,000 on the tainted dog food, attempting to buy out the entire inventory at her local store.
Now customers are finding recalled baby bibs—bibs that were found to contain high levels of lead over seven months ago—still available at their local Wal-Mart store.
These sorts of “mistakes” shouldn’t be happening at a retail chain with the most sophisticated distribution system on the planet. Tell Wal-Mart to get serious about product safety, and ensure that recalled products aren’t for sale: http://www.recallwalmart.com