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September 27, 2010


Firm fined after dead mouse found in loaf of bread

(Thanks to Lord G)


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Where did the tail go?

Soooomewhere, out theeere..beneath the *CRUNCH*

Poor Fievel...

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwWWWWWWW. YUCK.
you meant loaf, i think, or a load of bread would make sense too...

Ever eat that 57 grain, whole wheat brick bread? Now THAT'S a LOAD of bread!

Rats are for cakes, voles for croissants, snakes for sub rolls.

Therein lies a tail . . .

Breathes sigh of relief that it wasn't the sculptured body bread...just saying.

I shouldn't say this, but I have a cousin married to an engineer who designs filters for the food industry. Rodent fecal filters. Please don't read this if you're squeamish.

That's added protein all right. Yuck

This is exactly why I make my own bread.

Enriched flour?

So glad I just ate.


Know what's worse than finding a dead mouse in your bread? Finding a live one.

On a positive note, the preservatives in the bread obviously worked.

I guess I don't have to worry about that since I gave up all grain-based food this month.

The first meat loaf?

I inspected a sh...a load of bakeries in my day but I have to say that mice were very rare. At least in Kentucky.
Now, reports of mouse droppings were not rare. But they almost always turned out to be bits of burned dough.
And the old thing about the dead mouse in the soda bottle? That is 99% attempted fraud.

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