A video that’s doing the rounds on Facebook identifies several pallets of fake KOO canned baked beans. In the video, a box of KOO labels and labels of another brand can also be seen.
It’s alleged that those responsible are removing the labels of the unknown brand and replacing them with the printed KOO labels. However, the exact location of the storage is unknown.
And as always, social media has something to say as several Twitter users shared their opinion.
Let’s hope our Pick n Pay, Shoprite, Boxer, Cambridge etc, are not selling these to their customers cos wow can’t trust anyone these nowadays in SA even business owners. Hell of a country SA it is.
— Nthabiseng (@Nthabis47687340) September 7, 2021
Government is aware, government does not care.
— Qbique (@RiseUpAfrica101) September 7, 2021
They see they cannot gain your vote now they are killing you with these fake products. Wake up Black people. We are under attack drugs, alcohol and fake food. #PutSouthAfricansFirst
— Clint the Patriotic 🇿🇦 (@Puseclint) September 7, 2021
Meanwhile, police in the Western Cape are continuing to search for the four missing young men in the river that runs through an informal settlement in Driftsands, near Mfuleni. According to multiple reports, the bodies of the four men aged between 19 and 23 were allegedly thrown into the river after they were involved in an alleged mob justice attack.