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An Unanswered Letter to SPAM

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

May 2, 2008

c/o Stagg Foods, LLC
PO Box 800
Austin, Minnesota 55912

Dear Jacki,

I wrote previously asking a couple questions, your reply was dated April 24, 2008, and you included this reference number: Ref # 1605205 if this helps.

You said to write back if I had any further questions or comments. Well, one line from your letter confused me. You wrote “Obviously, your friend has been misinformed about the use of dog meat in the United States.” Forgive me if I would have felt better about that sentence without the “United States” qualifier. This makes me feel the need to ask, do producers of SPAM in other countries use dog meat? I’ve been researching this and found out a lot of countries do indeed eat dog (they call these animals “food dogs”), so it would make perfect sense if Hormel did cater to the citizens of these countries. Basically, I just want to know, in which countries should I avoid eating SPAM?

I really was hoping you’d send me something cool like SPAM stickers, a SPAM pen, or a SPAM doorstop (basically this could just be a can of SPAM), or at least a coupon for a doorstop.

Anyway, thanks for your time and response.


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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