Rodent Fur Found In Mexican Ketchup
What did the father tomato say to his son who was walking to slow? Ketchup. On a serious note, rodent fur has been reported to be found in a Mexican made Heniz ketchup.
According to the BBC, Mexican authorities have launched an investigation, and have ordered an inspection of the factory where the batch was produced.
Heinz said the batch was imported to Brazil last year, but had already been taken out of circulation. The firm has previously stated that all of its products are made according to international standards, and promised to investigate the issue. Mexican hygiene agency Cofepris told the Spanish news agency Efe that it had ordered a visit to the factory to check that proper standards were being followed.
So everyone is upset about fur in their ketchup, but did you know what you could find in hotdogs?
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