That's How A Food Company Wins The Internet

What happens when someone goes on Twitter to express disappointment over discovering his Velveeta cup came waaaayyyyyy too empty? If that person is Chris Torres, the creator of Nyan Cat, and Velveeta just happens to get wind of the Tweet, then pure magic can happen in the form of cheesy goodness.

That is, they sent him a package to make up for their blunder that included not only five blocks of original Velveeta, but also a one-of-a-kind tee showing a modified Nyan Cat with bread and drippy cheese replacing Nyan's classic Pop Tart and rainbow. 

Aside from showing that they have great customer service, Velveeta really impressed everyone simply by showing off their appreciation for great memes and that's what really matters in a processed cheese food company.

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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The kind people at Keebler sent me several coupons for free Animal Crackers when I complained that mine did not have enough sprinkles. Fannie Mae once sent me a dozen chocolate bars when I sent them an idea for a candy. I guess you just gotta put yourself out there.
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