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O.B. Macaroni Company

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3066 SE Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76140

(817) 335-4629

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Today: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Tomorrow: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
119
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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O.B. Macaroni The Pasta The Southwest Loves. O.B. Macaroni has almost 120 years of experience providing pasta to food service, industrial and retail customers throughout the U.S. Our management and employees know what it takes to keep customers satisfied over the long-term. We've been there, done that and are ready to take on new challenges! O.B. Macaroni has been making the pasta Americans love. Whether your favorite pasta is macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, linguine, fettuccine penne, rigatoni or rotini, O.B.s Our Best has your pasta. For those large sized pasta dishes, only our Large Sized Macaroni will do! O.B. proudly serves the Mexican community with our Q&Q (Quality and Quantity) brand. The fondness for Q&Q Fideo (vermicelli) has been passed from generation to generation of Mexican-Americans in the west and southwest for over 115 years.
Hours

Regular Hours

Sat - SunClosed

Extra Phones

Fax: (817) 231-7285

Services/Products
Wholesale / Food service and Retail Brands
Payment method
discover, visa
Location
Dry Pasta
Categories
Wholesale Grocers, Food Products-Wholesale, Food Processing & Manufacturing

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Jason S.

12/04/2017

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It's unfortunate that it has to come down to this. When a simple phone call with concerns over products being underfilled turns into an argument of customer vs owner. What would give a business owner the idea that they can be condescending when hearing out a customer's concerns, as if the customer is beneath him. What a shame that the largest seller of fideo, to the Mexican community does not understand or care to know their customer's customs and culture and the things that can be perceived as rude and offensive. Underfilling products / false advertisement may not seem like a huge concern for your company for whatever reason (let's just ignore the lawsuits that Subway, Heinz, and Starbucks faced for shorting their customers). It should be a concern for any company, even if the product they are selling costs 0.01.

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