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Intestinal bacteria and insects found in supermarkets

Brown rice and mushrooms pulled from shelves


What exactly is that brown stuff, anyway? (Photo: Colourbox)

July 23, 2014
21:30

by Ray Weaver


The food control agency Fødevarestyrelsen reported that two products have been removed from the shelves of local shops.

Internal checks by distributor COOP found incidences of the diarrhea and vomit-inducing Campylobacter bacteria in 400 gram packages of the 'Rå Rodskårne Champingnon' mushroom product. The offensive fungi was pulled from the shelves of Kvickly, SuperBrugsen, Dagli Brugsen, Lokal Brugsen, Fakta and Irma supermarkets throughout the country.

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Meanwhile, the agency found insect parts in one kilo boxes of 'Grøn Balance' brown rice sold in Eurospar, Kiwi, Letkøb, Min Købmand, Spar, SuperBest and some independent shops nationwide. The stores in question have removed the rice from their shelves.



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