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Want to complain store footscray are food with blood also manager at 11.30 am very rude and not helpful very anry in services

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Call the health department at the council
make a statement about the blood contamination as that is a serious breach of food/ health hygiene standards
next-- there is a site where where places and services are rated on the net so find it and make a statement there about customer relations
the site is gaining in popularity and many business with a bad attitude are feeling the consequences of bad relations

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