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Would you buy bread from a bimbo?

Asked by GeorgeGee (4895 points ) November 9th, 2010

Grupo Bimbo is fast becoming one of the largest bakeries in the world.
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But would you let your daughter wear a Bimbo T-Shirt? Or place a Bimbo loaf in front of her at the breakfast table?

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crisw's avatar

They are everywhere in San Diego.

Their products aren’t very high-quality, but at least seeing their trucks on the road gives you a good laugh.

syz's avatar

Maybe they can sell their products to Hooters.

Bet you were hoping for a different picture, hmmm?

Supacase's avatar

What cracks me up is that it says on the bag “Say Beembo”

aprilsimnel's avatar

Bimbo originally meant a stupid young man.

Italiano!

syphotoguy's avatar

Read that as “would you breed from a bimbo” couldn’t wait to see the details and answers. Bit disappointed when I realised my mistake.

ucme's avatar

I may even squeeze her buns….I thank you

mrentropy's avatar

I wish they would let me handle their North America advertising campaign.

poisonedantidote's avatar

I used to as a kid, but not anymore. They are very popular here in Spain for some reason, I don’t know why, their bread is terrible, the slices are tiny, and they taste just like old expired burger buns, and the bread falls appart the moment you touch it. Their bread is so bad, that even though it only costs about 40 cents a loaf, i rather pay about 6 bucks to get the imported frozen stuff from the UK.

Mamradpivo's avatar

When I was in college, I ate Bimbo bread. It was cheap and it wasn’t terrible, if I remember correctly. They also own Oroweat, which I don’t eat (I prefer my local organic loaf), but I know many people like it.

Deja_vu's avatar

I only like fresh baked bread.

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