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Cole's customer was disgusted after finding “Pellets of Poo” in her Baby Cos salad


This is not a crouton! A woman finds suspicious pellets in her Coles salad and claims that it is animal droppings

  • The customer bought Baby Cos Salad in a supermarket in Perth Coles on Thursday
  • When she went to lunch, she claimed to have made a disgusting find
  • The buyer went to Facebook to show a photo of pellets scattered on the leaves
  • Coles said the particles could just be pieces of soil

A buyer who found brown pellets in her Coles salad claims that it is animal droppings.

The outraged woman bought the vegetables at a supermarket in Perth on Thursday and prepared her lunch when she noticed something was wrong.

The disgusted woman went to Facebook to post a photo of the baby cos salad with small brown particles between the leaves.

Coles said it was investigating the matter, and since the lettuce was grown in a hydroponic plant, the particles could simply be soil fragments.

A customer was disgusted after claiming to find fecal pellets scattered in her Coles salad (pic)

"I just bought this baby because yesterday I found something that looked like very big feces through the salad!" the customer claimed in her post.

The customer is not sure what type of animal may have left the mess.

"I am used to seeing small pieces of dirt, etc., but I have never seen such large parts." Went right after lunch, ”she wrote.

The customer said she intended to return the contaminated product to the supermarket.

The supermarket giant said he was investigating the matter.

"Coles takes the quality of all of our products seriously and has spoken to the customer to follow up on their concerns," said a statement.

"As always, we encourage customers to return items they are not 100% satisfied with to the nearest store for a full refund or replacement."

The outraged woman had bought the vegetables on Thursday in a supermarket in Perth (archive picture)

The outraged woman had bought the vegetables on Thursday in a supermarket in Perth (archive picture)

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