Mac Prime Foods / Fraud
Mitch Campos the alleged President of Mac Prime Foods in Northern California engages in door-to-door sales of meat, fish and poultry products that he claims are "fresh, " "natural, " "hormone free, " and "free range." He obtains leads to new customers by offering prior customers $100.00 off future orders for every lead than pans out. He claimed to obtain his meat and chicken products from a reputable farm in Nebraska. He claimed the farm only sells USDA Prime and Top Choice Beef and Super Select Pork products. However, the products he presented to me appeared to be no more than common, ordinary meat products that could have been purchased anywhere. In my opinion the products appear to have been re-packaged by him. None of the products contained a label stating their place of origin, ingredients or expiration date. The products appear to have been re-packaged with a common food sealing machine. The "prime, " "top choice beef" was full of fat. The fish "fillets" were nothing more than slivers of fish! My family and I became ill after eating his "FRESH, free range-hormone free" chicken. The chicken was very dry and appeared to be old. Mac Prime Foods sells these products at an extraordinary high price. And although he says the customer can have a full refund if they are not satisfied, I have been getting the runaround getting my money back.
I can not confirm Mac Prime Foods has a sales license or State of California resale number. After reporting the chicken illness to local authorities, I was informed it is ILLEGAL in the State of California to sell meat products door-to-door.