Today marks another day in the exciting world of prepared foods. Especially canned foods. Even more especially Canned green beans.
MIDWEST CITY, Okla., March 29 (UPI) -- An Oklahoma couple preparing food for an Easter pot luck at their church made a grisly discovery in a can of green beans -- the head and leg of a mouse.
Andrew and Chelsea Belflower of Midwest City said they bought eight cans of Best Choice brand fancy cut green beans Saturday night at a Crest Foods store and they were preparing for a pot luck eatery dinner at the church where they serve as youth pastors when they discovered the can's unappetizing contents.
A couple months ago, a woman made the news because she also found something raw in her can o beans.
This time it was a little less sanitary. While mouse head does offer the alternative remedy to many daily ails, there is a high chance of diseased rats contaminating the whole can. That is why companies switched from the traditional mouse head in a can, to the now practiced snake head in a can. This is probably just a company who prefers the more traditional methods and who knows, maybe they have a algorithm to weed out the diseased rats from the safe mice. I dont think they would be doing that if it wasnt safe.
I'd say that I do like tradition, but I feel safer with the new regulations on animal heads in cans.
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