Woman is shocked after a slice of Coles mother's day cake remains & # 39; perfect & # 39; and mold-free despite having sat on a desk for two months
- The woman remained shocked after she found a cake completely intact after two months
- Brittnee Rose, from Brisbane, bought the Dripcake for Mother's Day on 12 May
- The slice of biscuit looked exactly like it did when she bought it
- It did not show any visible mold and it does not appear to be contaminated in any way
- Coles said that cake has a shelf life of 14 days and a & # 39; small amount of preservatives & # 39; has
A woman was left in shock after finding a slice of cake without mold or decay, even though she sat on a desk for two months.
Brittnee Rose, from Brisbane, shared a photo of the popular Coles $ 20 Drip Cake, which looked exactly the same as the day she bought it for Mother's Day on May 12.
The slice of sponge cake with pink glaze did not show any visible mold and it appears to have been lost in no other way.
On the supermarket giant's Facebook page, the mother said she was cleaning her partner's office when she made the surprising discovery on July 9.
An Australian woman was left completely shocked when she found a piece of Coles cake perfectly intact after sitting on a desk for two months
Brittnee Rose said she was cleaning her partner's office when she made a surprising discovery
& # 39; I decided to tidy up my partner's office and found this Mother's Coles drip cake! Gross I know! You would think it would be moldy, & she said.
& # 39; We didn't like the taste and thought it tasted too much on preservatives, and now we know why. & # 39;
Brittnee said that she had put the shop-bought cake in the fridge on 11 May, before her partner took the half-eaten dessert after Mother's day to work.
He didn't eat the cake at work – but decided to leave it on his desk to see how long it would take before it started to go off.
Brittnee found the cake this week.
& # 39; Still spongy and stuff. He said, "It came to the point that I left it there to see if it would get moldy," she said.
& # 39; No idea what's going to keep it. & # 39;
The mother had bought the $ 20 Coles Drip Cake for Mother's Day party on 12 May
She shared a message from Mother's Day and showed what the cake looked like two months ago
In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a Coles spokesperson said: “The cake contains a small amount of preservatives in accordance with the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code and has a shelf life of 14 days.
"Like all other Coles Brand products, our Coles Drip Cake contains no artificial colors or flavors," he said.
& # 39; Although this cake did not show mold growth, we would not recommend consuming it after their expiration date.
Immel Mold needs air and moisture to grow, and food that remains uncovered in an air-conditioned environment dries out very quickly on the surface, creating a dry crust that can prevent the appearance of visible mold.
& # 39; As always, we encourage customers to return any item that they are not 100% satisfied with for a full refund or replacement. & # 39;
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