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Digest this: Insect in cereal pack

DNMUM259386 | 11/3/2012 | Author : Radhika Ramaswamy | WC :351

Dead grasshopper found in baby food

Piyush Navdhare, a sales executive in a reputed real estate firm, has vowed never to trust big brands again. Navdhare found a dead grasshopper in a packet of Nestle’s Nestum baby cereal he had bought for his 11-month-old baby.
Navdhare bought the product on September 24. After feeding four spoons of the cereal to his baby, he and his wife found a dead grasshopper inside the packet. “I was shocked. We had bought the product once before and liked it. Hence, we decided to continue it,” he said.
He called Nestle’s Powai office in the first week of October. A nutrition officer visited him and took samples of the product — manufactured at Nestle’s factory in Haryana in July 2012 — for laboratory tests.
“The officer asked me st
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