10 Of The Worst Product Failures Ever
Within the United States, under federal law, corporations are recognized as people, which makes a lot of sense. A renowned company can still act like a child, make mistakes, lie to consumers about their products, and grow increasingly more greedy as the years go on. If you think about it like that, all companies really should be treated as if they were people by the consumers, that way we don’t let them get away with massive product scams or failures. So, let’s spend some time ridiculing these massive, multi-billion dollar companies for making huge mistakes in the eyes of the world. Here are ten of the worst product failures ever.
In 1983, the market share for Coca-Cola was well below 24 percent, which is quite bad for a company of this size and nature. To increase their glory and sales, they release New Coke, complete with a new formula that people hated immensely.
Colgate Kitchen Entrées
Colgate has long been known as the number one provider of toothpaste across the world. Back in 1982, however, the company tried their hand at dirtying people’s teeth by offering a line of frozen dinner meals. They were horrendous and sold quite bad.