By Heather Callaghan | Activist Post
For at least one week, the World Wide Web has been in an uproar about Walmart’s Great Value ice cream sandwiches that won’t melt after 12 hours in 80-degree heat. The issue was raised in this WPCO report when a Cincinnati mother, Christie Watson, saw that her child’s ice cream sandwich simply wouldn’t melt.
Then, Dan Collins of KIKN 100.5 in Sioux Falls also put the sandwiches to the test:
Some consumers are freaking out, while others are trying to quell the “alarmism.” Is there a cause to be worried about this everlasting gobstopping creation?
And, are people focusing on the wrong argument?
In the original story’s experiment, Haagen Dazs melted quickly (it only has 5 ingredients), followed by Klondike sandwiches at a much slower rate – but it still melted. News anchor John Maltese believes that Walmart brand is safe according the FDA and repeatedly tells viewers not to waste their money on premium brands.