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Burritossharp large object in food

Please see these pictures attached. I had a bean and cheese burrito, bit into it and cut the roof of my mouth on this. I called and they said they would replace it. That was not good enough. They should be able to see something this big when smearing the beans on a tortilla.

sharp large object in food
sharp large object in food
sharp large object in food
sharp large object in food
sharp large object in food
sharp large object in food
sharp large object in food


  • Fo
    Foreststump Oct 15, 2011

    I know exactly what that is, its part of the container that the cheese is stored in, its plastic, kinda like a storage box.They are kept in the freezer, hence they are easy to break when dropped, or collide with a hard/sharp object.I know these bins really well, I worked for del taco for 3 years, what amazes me is, it got thru into your burrito, it amazes me, I would pursue it, because this is a major quality control problem that should NEVER happen.

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  • Jk
    JKDE May 30, 2011
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    Verified customer

    Take it back to the store and show the manager.

    It looks like it might be part of a scoop tool used to make the burrito.

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