- Report: #416019
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Complaint Review: Core Naturals - Salbausa - Mitch Propster
Core Naturals - Salbausa - Mitch Propster1915 Trade Center Way Naples, Florida U.S.A.
Core Naturals - Salbausa - Mitch Propster Fraudulent marketing practise Naples Florida
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In October I planted a 25' row of the seed near Fortuna, Costa Rica. When the plants began to flower it became apparent they were chia plants and not Salba as Salba plants have white flowers and chia have purple flowers.
I realize both plants are strains of Salvia Hispanica L. and there may be very little nutritional difference but the current premium on Salba over common light colored chia is significant.
When I contacted Mitch Propster he was willing to return my money for any unused product but claims I must be mistaken. I still have several sealed jars from the same lot number in addition to the ones I tested and the ones currently being grown at the local University.
My main purpose of this complaint is to alert others who are paying a significant premium for Salba that they too may be getting scammed. I would also like this company forced out of their fraudulent business practise.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/25/2009 01:49 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Core-Naturals-Salbausa-Mitch-Propster/Naples-Florida-34109/Core-Naturals-Salbausa-Mitch-Propster-Fraudulent-marketing-practise-Naples-Florida-416019. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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