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Student Demands Nestle Give In To Her, Their Response Is Priceless

An extraordinary demand has recently attracted an enormous amount of attention across online discussion boards and online news outlets after a 20-year-old student demanded that the food and drink company, Nestle, provide her with a lifetime’s supply of KitKat chocolate bars. Saima Ahmad is a student studying at King College in London and in 2016, she bought a value pack of KitKat chocolate bars. However, Ms. Ahmad was shocked and outraged when she discovered that all 8 KitKats had been produced without the distinctive wafer in the center of the chocolate bar. To many people, this would be no more than a very minor inconvenience or even a stroke of luck. However, Ms. Ahmad believes that Nestle neglected their duty of care to customers, saying: “They go about advertising the unique concept of KitKat, but I’m so disappointed by what I have purchased. I’m hoping they will apologize to me and in future focus more on quality of their product”.

The young student didn’t stop at simple criticism and decided to pen a lengthy letter to Nestle outlining her concerns and demanding that Nestle gives her a lifetime’s supply of KitKats so she can act as ‘quality control’. Ms. Ahmad has insisted that there is a legal precedent for her chocolate bar crusade, citing a case from the 1930s.

In response to the controversy, Nestle released a statement, saying: “If a consumer finds any issue with a Nestlé product we would encourage them to get in touch with us online, by phone or by post so that we can investigate and put things right for them”. However, Ms. Ahmad believes her grievance merits a response from the CEO of Nestle considering the ‘monetary and emotional significance’ of her loss.

Across news outlets and other internet sources, Ms. Ahmad has been criticized for taking things too far and pushing her own selfish agenda. Others have commented that Ms. Ahmad’s pseudo-outrage pales in comparison to people suffering from war, famine, disease or famine and that she should “take a good look at how lucky she really is”.

Source: Metro
Photo: Mad World News

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