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‘Creature’s decapitated head’ in baby food

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Eldorado

A mum has claimed she discovered a 'creature's decapitated head' in a container of Asda baby food, which her one-year-old had already started eating.

Macala Large, 26, fed her son Arthur Smith an Asda Little Angels Organic Pasta with Chicken and Mushroom ready meal for dinner after a long day out.

However, as he finished the dish she noticed what she thought was a piece of dried mushroom at the bottom of the pot - only to realise it was what appeared to be a brown head with two bulbous 'eyes'.

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acute
14 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

what appeared to be a brown head with two bulbous 'eyes'.

That's a bit racist!  :o

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acute

Seriously, though.....

I don't think anyone could be harmed by eating that. It's gonna be well cooked, and it's unlikely to have any dangerous bones.

The worst thing about it is, it's not listed on the ingredients!  (Like the Horse Meat "scandal" a few years back)

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openozy

Maybe like the toys that used to come in cereal boxes,collect the whole set.

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moonman

Its an obvious insect head, looks like a cockroach or grasshopper. What kind of idiot thinks its a "fish, frog, snake, newt or lizard"?

Gross, but bugs get into food sometimes.

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acute

Either that person has Trump's missing share of hands, or that 'thing' is miniscule.

 

We eat bugs in our food all the time, and there are even allowed amounts!

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In the US, the law allows up to 30 insect fragments per 100 grams of peanut butter; 60 insect fragments per 100 grams of chocolate; and up to 100 per 10 grams of nutmeg. The US also allows worms and caterpillars in food products. However, there are rules.

 

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openozy

Sort of looks like a frog or maybe baby snake head,not that great if it's a snake.

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Matt221

looks like a tadpole ...... although what a little taddy would be doing there is a bit of a weird one

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South Alabam

No matter how well cooked, I don't eat heads of any type.

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