Crunch emphasized that his factory would be taking full responsibility for the incident and would pay for all crunch berry mitigation, however with the release of his, "Oops! All Berries" cereal this week, many residents of Crunch Island can't help but wonder if the cereal tycoon is trying to profit from this tragedy. "I assure you this is simply an isolated occurrence," Crunch said to groans from the crowd, "Our factory has an outstanding safety record."
Despite Crunch's boast of exemplary safety, S.F.M.P. discovered that the Crunch Factory experienced similar spills in 2010, 2009, and 2008. S.F.M.P. also unearthed video footage of a 1997 incident of three children on a similar factory tour in which they emptied the Crunch Berry silos. The video is grainy however Capt 'N Crunch can clearly be seen knocking over cereal boxes on top of children and then saying, "Oops," in what many would consider a disturbing act of negligence.
For now the people of Crunch Island, especially those who work in the Crunch Factory are hoping to move on with their lives. "I'm going back to work," said Chockle the Blob, a large chocolate chip cookie dough blob who can talk, "Children are relying on us for cereal and we want to deliver. People can only eat all berries for so long."