A net customer makes a disgusting discovery when he “cravings for 2 slices of Jagdwurst”.
Created: 01/13/2023, 12:00 p.m
By: Christoph Gschossmann
A Netto customer found this piece of hard plastic in his hunting sausage.
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Eating too quickly is unhealthy: In this case, this tip does not refer to the general diet, but to the risk of foreign bodies in the food.
Munich - Customers rely on their supermarkets - after all, there is quality management and strict controls at Edeka, Lidl, Aldi and Co. But despite all caution, it can always happen that something gets into the food that doesn't belong there.
At least that's what happened to an Edeka customer recently, and she was lucky in misfortune: she noticed a bone in her cold cuts before she seriously injured herself.
Net customer finds hard plastic in Jagdwurst
The only tip left to the attentive consumer is perhaps not to devour everything that was packaged immediately and quickly.
A net customer, however, had "cravings" for a Jagdwurst - and then suddenly a large piece of hard plastic in his mouth.
Hard plastic in a net hunting sausage almost the size of a one cent coin
The customer writes: "Dear Netto Team, I just ate two slices of Jagdwurst from the Hofmaier company out of sheer cravings and found a small piece of hard plastic in it." Apparently, despite his great hunger, he reacted in time and the sharp-edged piece of plastic not immediately swallowed.
In the photo that he posts, you can see the foreign body next to a one cent coin.
It is large enough that it could well lead to internal injuries to the esophagus.
Netto reacts to the post via its official Facebook page: "Hey, we have already replied to your private message," writes the discounter.
Another user - who probably has the same cravings - has a very different comment: "Did it taste good?", which the original poster doesn't address.
Maybe after this experience he lost his appetite for discounter meat products.
At Edeka, however, it was not a question of mortal danger, but a marketing lapse: there is a mistake hidden on an Edeka poster in Berlin-Spandau, which probably not everyone will discover.
The human brain makes this very difficult for you.