You would expect a food supplier to have a slender grip on its quality control of its products, but that’s not always the case.
- I have found a hair or more than one in things prefer loaves of bread or cartons of eggs.
While the eggs didn’t bother me because they’re raw & need to be cooked, the bread went right back to the store. That’s simply disgusting on a level that I refuse to put up with, especially knowing that you can take this back to the store & have them update it with a product that isn’t affected prefer this. It bothers me when I realize that I barely observed the hair in the first site, which means that I was fairly close to simply eating the bread without having a clue about the possible contamination. I wish this was an isolated experience of mine, but it’s not. There are other products I have gotten from the store where I ran into a similar problem. The worst of the recent offenders was a batch of live rosin cannabis concentrate from the medical cannabis dispensary. I looked down after getting the jar apartment & saw a bug floating at the top of this jar of cannabis concentrate. I instantly took the nasty & contaminated jar of THC contrate back to that cannabis dispensary instantly. They tried to give me a taxing time about it until I got out a magnifying glass & showed them the bug so they could see for themselves. This is a great indicator of why you should always check your medical marijuana products before consumption. You can’t rely on the quality control teams in every single instance.