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Mouse Print* -- Sometimes No Disclosure Is Better
Some corned beef brands disclose on the label that a "solution" of water and salt equivalent to 35% of the weight of the package has been injected into the meat. Nothing like paying beef prices for water. On the other hand, some other brands that also inject water into the meat failed to disclose how much was. How anti-consumer. Or was it?
That is our Mouse Print* story this week.
A Moment of Levity...
As we all try to hunker down because of the coronavirus, we share this moment of comic relief.
How Long Will Coronavirus Last on Surfaces and in the Air?
Will Your Credit Card Provide Refunds for Cancelled Travel?
Travelers who are cancelling reservations are turning to their credit card issuers to use the travel insurance benefit that some still provide, or they attempt to do a chargeback. The results have been mixed.
Costco Refusing Certain Returns; Supermarkets Refusing All Returns
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Usually about $37, Panda Express is offering a family meal for just $20 when ordered online or through their app. Takeout only where restaurant restrictions are in effect. You get two large sides and three large entrees. According to people who have ordered this, it is a large amount of food. Fancy dishes like shrimp are extra -- so skip them. Offer ends April 17.