Great news! The Folgers plant in
The Folgers coffee plant in
has resumed operating at full capacity after disruptions from Hurricane Katrina, and retailers should see supply return to normal by early December, a Procter & Gamble Co. vice president said on Thursday. New Orleans
plant, the largest coffee-making facility in the country, produces more than 50 percent of P&G's coffee. P&G controls about 40 percent of the coffee market in the New Orleans , the top coffee consuming nation. United States
And, look! To celebrate, there’s a souvenir in select vacuum-sealed bags:
Morris, 77, of Ainsworth, found a dead baby turtle in the 2-pound package of Folgers coffee last Sunday.
She said a customer service representative for the company dismissed the find, explaining that because many Folgers plants are based in
the turtle might have ended up in the coffee as a result of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans
Yeah, probably not. But it does make for a good headline from Iowa's Washington Evening Journal:
I wonder if freeze-dried baby turtle tastes like chicory?