Nasoya Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Pulmuone Co., Ltd. (Korean: 풀무원) (KRX: 017810) is a South Korean company that produces perishable foods such as tofu and soybean sprouts. It was founded in 1981, is based in Seoul, South Korea and sells its products both within Korea as well as internationally. The company provided major funding for the establishment of the Kimchi Field Museum in Seoul in 1986. In 2016, the company acquired Vitasoy USA, which included Nasoya Foods, Inc. Nasoya was founded in Leominster, Massachusetts in 1977

An upset buyer shared this in a review "I had a package of Nasoya pasta zero spaghetti noodles today, mixed it with small amount of soy sauce some pb2 and a little bit of honey. I am doing Weight Watchers freestyle in this product was suggested on our website. I was wondering if anyone else had severe belly issues with this. I spent most of the afternoon in the restroom if you get my drift. I wonder what it is it gave me that reaction I will not be eating this product again"


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Current employee (Current Employee) says

"Place is terrible , bad management, bad engineering,bad planning ,just bad all around . Terrible work environment ,they do not take care of their employees ,nor care about safety, if you are thinking of working here don't. Place is a train wreck ."

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"Invest in the people and raise the wage To many tempts constant rotation. No one is properly trained To team work just a bunch of individuals trying to make a mark for themselvesNoneSo many"

Manager (Current Employee) says

"This company does not value their employees, customers or their consumers.Food safety and employee safety are a zero priority. I do not recommend this company."

Quality Assurance Technician (Former Employee) says

"Terrible management. Managers don't know what they are doing. Not allowed any days off even if its 6 months in advance, expected to work 6 days a week. A extremely negative environment - VERY NEGATIVE. I would not recommend anyone to this company and have nothing good to say about them."

Quality Assurance Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) says

"They were not concern about employees they CARED ONLY ABOUT OUTPUT. Safety was not their main concern either as long as the job was done. It was not a pleasant place to work,"

Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) says

"Work seems never ending. Always behind the bubble. Most of the time we have to work 7 days a week. Very Few new hires would stay more than 3 days. Work was Overwhelming."

Process Controller (Former Employee) says

"I was Responsible for the initial prep and set-up of all products for the following stage of production, Effectively repairing and maintaining machines on a daily basis and troubleshooting any and all issues with the machines prior to contacting a general mechanic."

Packer (Former Employee) says

"So working at nasoya was a brand new experience It was hard because no one really speaks good English. We got to breaks so that fair and they were both 30 minutes the boss at nasoya was a fairly reasonable man and he made working there a lot easier the job was really hectic at times but they have really hard workers so it was made easier so overall working at nasoya was not good or bad it okayReally good hoursonly 1 day off and no one spoke really good English"

Process Control PLC Technical Leader (Current Employee) says

"Nasoya is going through changes with management and also adding new equipment. I was glad I was able to build more upon myself here and learn more about Wonderware and its capabilities.Company sent me to additional trainingsWet and smelly"

Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) says

"Very busy environment due to sales of the product Great people who support you. Pace is fast paced Company pays well for experienced individuals Supportive of educational opportunitiesExcellent benefitsLots of overtime which can be difficult at times"

eg says

"I purchased the vegetable tofu dumplings & there were several pieces in the package when I opened, that were moldy! I contacted the company several times & they don’t respond. Everyone needs to be aware that they obviously could care less about their consumers. I am no longer going to purchase nasoya products!! sucks for them!!!!"

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