Become a member today. Although their Twitter timeline was active and several tweets responded to customer inquiries, no reference was made to the video. We contacted Chef Boyardee’s parent company ConAgra Brands to ask about the video’s claims. We will also be shopping at Walmart in Enterprise still because this is not their fault. [angry emoji]. On 5 January 2019, Facebook user Samantha Moore Booker published several photographs that supposedly showed bugs and larvae inside of a can of Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli… I have a cupboard FULL!! Related: Chef Boyardee - Bugs in mini ravioli. The classic beef ravioli you love, served up in mini-bites. Reason of review: Bad quality. It is definitely unsanitary. Never again. Where's the photo evidence. We are not seeking fame (that’s hilarious) or will we “sue” someone. In a separate post the day before, she wrote: Do NOT eat or feed your kid(s) Chef Boyardee mini ravioli!!!! Preferred solution: Full refund. Okay if all of you were finding bugs, it means that there is a gross mismanagement and zero food inspection and they will get heavily fined. Then search the web and see how many spiders you eat a year while your asleep... have fun! Relax. [emojis] We’ll call the company on [January 7 2019]. Chef Boyardee. I bought a second can that is going straight to the garbage. However, 43 Pissed Consumer users have complained about compromised food safety of the various Chef Boyardee products on the Pissed Consumer website. A viral video shows bugs inside of a can of Chef Boyardee Mini Raviolis. Get contact details that poster left for the company. They responded: On rare occasions, during the cooking process, the caramel coloring may not thoroughly mix into the batch resulting in small, dark color pieces in and on the meatballs. Rating. Please be assured that the dark color pieces in the ravioli are caramel coloring. Now its viral lmao spreading false information. Recent recommendations regarding this business are as follows: "Do not look for spaghetti sauce with meat. https://nypost.com/video/mom-finds-bugs-inside-chef-boyardee-canned-ravioli Think logically to what else it could be. Copyright © 2020 What's True Incorporated. Contact Review Author as Verified Representative, Business Solutions For Verified Company Representatives, Pissed Consumer © 2020 All Available Sizes: 15 oz; 40 oz; See ingredients, nutrition, and other product information here Just a public service announcement when I found them and had the same reaction as 90% of the people on here…. I'm not buying their cover story. I bought a can of some sort of her boyardee stuff many years ago and found it bland and yuck. Becca Steele 4,694 views. Write a private message as Chef Boyardee verified representative. The overall rating of the company is 2.2 and consumers are mostly dissatisfied.. I actually loved your ravioli but never again. As of January 14, 2019, we were unable to find any updates from the poster regarding the video. It is definitely unsanitary. I bought a second can that is going straight to the garbage. Carmel coloring doesn't make the shape look like some kind of mashed up bug. Virtually all posts shared by visitors to Chef Boyardee’s Facebook page pertained to the “bugs” video, but we found no response to any of the queries. Wow...I just had the mini abc’s with meatballs for lunch and it had a small black bug. In the clip, the user dissects a number of raviolis next to a can of Chef Boyardee Mini Ravioli. Our content is free because we may earn a commission if you purchase products after clicking ads on our website. Product or Service Mentioned: Chef Boyardee Ravioli. Did James Woods Play Rudy Giuliani in a Movie? Video depicts bugs found in a can of Chef Boyardee ravioli in January 2019. Conagra Brands notes that all their food preparation and storage facilities follow rigorous food safety practices.These include ensuring all equipment and buildings are cleaned, monitoring the food preparation processes to ensure they are done well, and training employees to properly handle food products.The company is also keen to adhere to the industry food safety compliance laws and regulations such as the U.S Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Chef Boyardee Ravioli vs. Walmart Great Value Brand - FoodFights Beef Ravioli Review - Duration: 7:44. Claim: Video depicts bugs found in a can of Chef Boyardee ravioli in January 2019. After leaving his position as head chef at the Plaza Hotel in New York City, Boiardi opened a restaurant called Il Giardino d'Italia in 1924 at East 9th Street and Woodland Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio.