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BREADTALK STAFF MOCKED CHINESE LADY FOR LOOKING LIKE MALAY, CALLS HER ADOPTED

I know I looked tanned and might seem that I look like a different race, but when her mouth open she already pissed me off. She actually say this: you are being adopted, you are a Malay and not a Chinese because I was speaking to her in Chinese language so it was easier for us to communicate. I mean, how could staff not been trained and actually use words like this so openly in a multi racial country? I hope you deal with your staff training when it's come to sensitive topics.

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BREADTALK SOLD MY FRIEND EXPIRED ORANGE JUICE

This happened a few days ago. My friend bought orange juice from BreadTalk at ChinaTown Point.

After we had left, she turned to the back of the bottle and realised that the juice had already expired.

I hope BreadTalk will train their staff to pay more attention to the expiry dates of their products.

What if a parent had given the expired juice it to a child?

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COMPLAINT: BREADTALK SOLD ME A CAKE WITH MOULDY BERRIES!

I really disappointed with Breadtalk company with this mould berries. I just bought the cake yesterday afternoon from toa payoh central branch. How can this happen??Can you explain further about this. I had read the previous post from other people, it wasn't the first time for your company. And I think the macarons on top also not originally from this cake.

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TOASTBOX AT TTSH SERVED TEA MADE WITH SUSPECTED SPOILT CONDENSED MILK

My colleagues and I visited Toast Box at TTSH during lunch time and ordered Teh-C Kosong. The staff told us that they do not have evaporated milk and requested us to consider a change of order. We then changed the order to Teh Siew Dai. This is the first time I see Teh Siew Dai like this. It seems the milk is spoilt. When questioned, the staff said this is normal for Teh Siew Dai.

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BREADTALK SELLS STALE BUN THAT HAS GONE 'STICKY' BUT CLAIMS IT IS 'FRESH'

I brought one of the sugar cake bun from the Jurong Point branch of BreadTalk on 15 Feb 2016. After removing the plastic, I felt something was amiss as the bread was exceptionally sticky and frankly just doesn't seen fresh. To my horror, I noticed that the expiry date is just tomorrow (16th Feb 2016)!! Dear BreadTalk, placing breads which has clearly passed the definition of "freshness" (and which expires in one day) is clearly a stark contradiction to a company which prides itself to serving breads that are "fresh" to consumers.

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