Mother of two shopping with her young daughter disgusted to find a DEADLY MOUSE in her Spuidshed salad
& # 39; I felt like vomiting & # 39 ;: twenty-two stores with her young daughter find a dead mouse in the lettuce of her grocery store
- A mother was about to vomit when she found a dead mouse in her salad
- The Perth woman Sukhdeep Sandhu made the hairy discovery in packaged spinach
- She took the social media to store her supermarket and asked why it had not been checked
- The producer of the salad turned to her and said that the incident is one in a million & # 39; used to be
Alex Chapman for daily post Australia
A supermarket customer says she had come to the brink of surrender when she found a dead mouse hidden in her newly bought packaged salad.
The two-in-a-row Sukhdeep Sandhu took the social media to see her local supermarket Spudshed after making the grim discovery on Sunday morning.
The Western Australian family business that makes the salad apologized and said it was a one in a million & # 39; used to be.
A mother was put on the edge of the vomiting when she found a dead mouse in her salad
Mrs. Sandhu saw a pink tail behind spinach leaves when she was shopping for vegetables and fruit.
She discovered the mouse and immediately said that she immediately brought the find to the attention of the staff, who really shocked and surprised & # 39; goods.
& # 39; I went around 11 o'clock this morning & # 39; in the morning to Spudshed Jandakot and bought spinach, "she shared in an emoji-laden social media post.
& # 39; To my surprise when I picked up the bag, I saw a dead mouse in the sealed package.
& # 39; I spoke with the store manager and removed the whole lot there. But I still think that where quality control is?
& # 39; They sell dead mice hidden in sealed packages. & # 39;
When she went to the social media to put her local supermarket to full speed, she asked why it had not been checked
Mrs. Sandhu said that the employees in the store were very apologetic and offered her ten percent discount on her shopping.
But she says she refused and said that it's not about the money & # 39; went.
& # 39; It is a health problem, & # 39; she said.
She says that her nine-year-old daughter watched while a manager pulled out the salad at her request.
The family company that picked up the packaged products, Supafresh Salads, apologized and immediately paid to Ms. Sandhu online.
The mother made the grim discovery in her local supermarket Spudshed, which according to her picked up the salad at her request from the shelves
& # 39; My name is Troy Cukrov. We are a family business that has been producing and processing salads for almost 20 years in WA, "said the message.
& # 39; We grow and process more than 40 tons of baby spinach each week. We have every possible inspection and prevention within our process. Our crops are grown in open fields. We have rodent traps on our farms. We have insect harvesters on our harvesters. We have rodent traps in our factory. & # 39;
Mr. Cukrov went on with the washing and inspection process that his family business goes through to deliver products on the shelves.
I failed in this case and we sincerely and humbly regret that. I apologize unconditionally. I hope you all understand the challenges we encounter in agriculture in nature and I beg you to support and understand us. & # 39;
Mrs Sandhu said she appreciated the apology, but hoped for more thorough quality checks in the future.
Spudshed has not commented on the issue.