Shocked mother claims to have found a RAZOR KNIFE in her daughter's raisin package that she had bought in a Woolworths supermarket
- The mother of Brisbane found a razor in Sunbeam sultanas on Wednesday
- Danica Bennett said that she was lucky that her daughter had not bit the razor
- Last September there were more than 200 reported cases of pin in strawberries
A shocked mother has claimed that her daughter has found a razor blade in a package of supermarket raisins.
Danica Bennett had bought the Sunbeam package with yogurt-coated raisins from a Woolworths in Kenmore, Brisbane on Wednesday.
Mrs. Bennett said her daughter was very lucky that she hadn't bit the knife and urged others to be wary.
Danica Bennett claims that her daughter found the razor blade in her yogurt-covered raisin package on Wednesday (photo)
The woman had purchased the Sunbeam product from a Woolworths in Kenmore, Brisbane
& # 39; My daughter found this razor blade in her raisins covered with Sunbeam yogurt today! Be careful when you buy this, & the woman wrote on Facebook.
& # 39; Fortunately it was my teenager who found it and not a small child, because it is clearly a product aimed at young children, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I am saddened by the state of the world that this is something our children (and us parents) have to deal with. & # 39;
It comes in the aftermath of a series of food mess incidents that have plagued the fruit and vegetable industry in Australia.
In September last year, pins were found in dozens of strawberry punnets, with more than 200 cases reported nationally, affecting 68 brands.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a prison sentence of up to 15 years for anyone guilty of contaminated food.
& # 39; It's not a joke, it's not funny. You put the livelihood of hard-working Australians at risk, and you scare children … and you're a coward and a caterpillar, "he said.
In September last year, pins were found in dozens of strawberry punnets with more than 200 cases reported nationwide (photo)
My Ut Trinh was arrested in December after a two-month police investigation allegedly linked her DNA to the first needle discovered in Australian strawberries.
She has been accused of seven counts of contamination of goods with the intention of causing economic loss.
A Woolworth spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that they had been in contact with Mrs. Bennett.
& # 39; We are aware of the report and have been in contact with the customer.
& # 39; The details have been reported to the supplier who makes the product and we are ready to assist them in investigating the matter. & # 39;
Sunbeam investigates the incident, ABC reported.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Sunbeam for comments.
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