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Almost immediately after opening up some Princes tuna, Butler spotted a "sea creature" she knew wasn't supposed to be in her food. "I opened the top of the lid and saw a purple-y thing, a gut sack or intestine — then I turned it round and pushed it with a fork and saw it looking back at me… It's got like a spiny tail along the bottom," she told the Nottingham Post.
She then (as anyone else would) screamed in horror. She eventually contacted the company, sending them images of the animal, which is thought to be a type of crab. They quickly responded and apologized. Since she kept the creature as evidence, she will send the can (and the critter) to Princes so they can investigate what happened.
originally posted by: Baddogma
Heh, western people are so pampered. I once got a a fibrous, blue liver or tumor in my KFC and now can't eat it (which likely added a few years to my life), found a rat hair in my Orange Crush when a kid and a mouse head and shoulders in my frozen dinner.. .and microwaved mouse smells indescribably bad from the burnt hair, I'd imagine.
But protein is protein... and bugs are nutritious and they allow a certain percentage of insect and rodent traces in peanut butter, for example ... and much brown cheese popular in Germany was brown due to the cows pooping in the milk the cheese was made from.
Industrial food packaging has rodents and roaches running through everything and it's a credit to the factories and inspectors that they show up ...in a recognizable form, anyway... so rarely.
Think of it as free protein .. .or grow all your own!
eta and I was grossed out by the occasional scale, skin and bone that some tuna cans had... heh. AND I still cannot stomach organs!
originally posted by: skunkape23
I've found a frog in my salad and chomped into a stink-bug in some spinach.