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Is it Nestlé's fault (yes) for purchasing low quality meat or is it Rancho Feeding Corp.'s fault (no) for selling low quality meat?

  • Yes, the buyer has the responsiblity of checking for quality.

    Whoever is purchasing an item has the responsibility to check the quality of that item. If a company chooses to purchase something of low quality and is not inspecting it to make sure then it is definitely their fault that the product is low quality. If all buyers only bought high quality items, then low quality items would drive themselves out of the market.

  • Yes, Nestle is responsible for purchasing low-quality meat.

    Yes, Nestle is responsible for the quality of ingredients that are purchased for their own products, just as any consumer should be responsible for evaluating their potential purchases and ensuring that they meet their own standards. However, this does not necessarily mean that Nestle is wrong overall; after all, the individual consumer should evaluate Nestle's products just as thoroughly.

  • It's Nestle's fault

    Nestle is worth more money than you can imagine and are always looking for ways to make even more. That is the green of large corporations, of course. Nestle knew full well what they were getting when they began purchasing from Rancho. It was their choice, now it falls on them.

  • Nestle's or Rancho Feeding Corp's

    I personally think that it is Rancho Feeding Corp's fault for selling low quality meat because if they were not selling the meat then Nestle would not have had low quality meat. I personally think that it is Ranch Feeding Corp's fault for selling low quality meat because they are partnered with Nestle and their are the buyers.

  • no disgree or yes agree

    It's Nestle's fault Nestle is worth more money than you can imagine and are always looking for ways to make even more. That is the green of large corporations, of course. Nestle knew full well what they were getting when they began purchasing from Rancho. It was their choice, now it falls on them.


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