This Viral Video of A Japanese Ice Cream Company Can Teach Some Lessons To Pakistani Companies

By Ali Gul | 8 Apr, 2016

Remember the last time a company in Pakistan apologized any time they fucked up?

Neither does Ayesha Mumtaz. You probably don’t because that would never happen in Pakistan. Imagine, Hardees apologizing for their sexist, offensive, ads. Or Nestle apologizing for the countless cases of crap being found in their fruit juice boxes.

This Japanese company is teaching a lesson to these companies in Pakistan

Source: 8Tokyo

A Japanese frozen dessert company recently raised the cost of a popular ice cream by almost 10 rupees. Instead of just announcing the cost to their customers, their executives did something totally unexpected… they apologized on national TV.


GariGarikun lollies are a favorite among school children in Japan and this is first time since 1991 that they have changed the price…. and the apologized for this increase.

Source: Lang-8

The company said it was due to raising costs. While this might drop some sales for the company, their management can definitely teach a lesson or two to our local companies.


Here’s a look at their apology to the people of Japan


Pakistani companies really need to learn from them. We’re looking at you KFC, with your pait kharab karnay wali hormone injected chicken.

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