CELINA, Ohio (WTHR) – A video being shared around social media that shows Walmart throwing out several shopping carts full of food has gone viral, but the company says the backlash surrounding the video doesn’t tell both sides of the story.
You can watch the video in question here, but we do want to warn you that the video contains profanity:
Walmart says the video came from a Walmart in the northwestern Ohio city of Celina. They say it was taken on November 5th after a tornado came through. That same tornado went through Jay County, Indiana.
They say that tornado caused a 14-hour power outage, which made their refrigerated food unsafe for consumption.
They released the following statement on their Facebook page: