The owners of a rice krispie have said their pet was the inspiration for their creation, and they want to thank everyone who supported the company during its run-ins with the law.
Glen Rice said he and his wife were worried about the future of the company after it was declared illegal in Queensland, and his daughter took a job as a customer service representative.
“I had no clue that I was going to get a ticket for the same thing that I had done in my day, and I don’t think it was a big surprise,” he said.
“We just want to make sure that everyone is safe.” “
The couple have since received letters from their local councils asking them to stop selling the fluffy treats in the Sunshine Coast. “
We just want to make sure that everyone is safe.”
The couple have since received letters from their local councils asking them to stop selling the fluffy treats in the Sunshine Coast.
Glen and his family have been forced to shut down the shop to save on their bills.
“Our business was just doing what we had been doing for years, which is making sure people knew that they could buy the product that they wanted,” he told ABC Radio Queensland.
“It’s just been so stressful.”
He said they were trying to work through the problems and said he was hopeful their family business would be back in business.
The Rice Krispie brand has been operating in Queensland for more than 50 years, and Glen said it was not an easy time.
“For the last couple of years it’s been really tough.
The owners said they had been working with the Queensland Government to come up with a plan to re-open their business. “
There’s so many other things that we’ve done that we haven’t even got to.”
The owners said they had been working with the Queensland Government to come up with a plan to re-open their business.
They are hopeful their future will be a better place for them.
“People will have more confidence in their local council, and it will all be better for everyone,” he explained.
“If it comes back to me, I’ll probably be back at the shop and I’ll just be making more of these things, and hopefully the Queensland government will give us some help.”
The company said it would be working to reopen the shop.
“The Rice Krispy family is currently working to find a suitable replacement for the Rice Krispot, and will continue to provide customers with a wonderful product that is safe, nutritious and delicious,” a spokesperson said.
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