My first Investigation led to a dead end. I have out-Googled Google. Look what happens when I ask Google how many are in a skid-load:
You might need to biggify, but you will see that I am the first Cat in the history of the Internets to ask Google how many are in a skid-load.
Now, since Google didn't seem to know anything, I went directly to the Temptations website, where I had AAB Christine fill out the little online form demanding to know how many Temptations come in a skid-load.
Well, a few days ago they replied:
Thank you for taking the time to contact Mars Petcare US.
Mars Petcare US is committed to developing quality products which meet your pet's nutritional needs. Your confidence in our products and continued goodwill are very important to us. We would like the opportunity to speak with you over the phone so please give us a call at 1-800-525-5273, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Central Standard time.
When calling, please have the package available and refer to file number 011040082A.
Mars Petcare US
Consumer Relations - Corporate Affairs
AAB Christine says she absolutely refuses to call the Mars Petcare people and ask them a stupid question about Temptations.
I think she needs to be Fired.
That got her all scared about losing her job, so she clicked on a linky at the bottom of the email from K. Kelly and asked how many Temptations bags come in a case, and how many cases get shipped together. Then we can Estimate (that means "guess" in Librarian) how many Temptations are in a skid-load.
All of this work is exhausting.
I hope the rest of the week is more peaceful.