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Massive Recall Follows Discovery of Rat Parts in Japanese Sliced Bread

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Massive Recall Follows Discovery of Rat Parts in Japanese Sliced Bread

Massive Recall Follows Discovery of Rat Parts in Japanese Sliced Bread

Massive Recall Follows , Discovery of Rat Parts, in Japanese Sliced Bread.

NBC reports that a brand of sliced bread in Japan has been recalled after rat parts were discovered in the popular product.

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NBC reports that a brand of sliced bread in Japan has been recalled after rat parts were discovered in the popular product.

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According to Pasco Shikishima Corp., 104,000 packs of its super-fermented “chojuku” bread, produced at a factory west of Tokyo, have been impacted by the recall.

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According to Pasco Shikishima Corp., 104,000 packs of its super-fermented “chojuku” bread, produced at a factory west of Tokyo, have been impacted by the recall.

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The company said that the line , “will be suspended for the time being to investigate the cause and to strengthen countermeasures.”.

The company said that the line , “will be suspended for the time being to investigate the cause and to strengthen countermeasures.”.

We deeply apologize for the serious inconvenience and trouble this has caused to our customers, suppliers, and other concerned parties, Pasco Shikishima Corp., via NBC.

The company added that there have been no reports of customers falling ill as a result of eating contaminated products.

NBC reports that the news comes amid a string of food safety scares in Japan.

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In March, Kobayashi Pharmaceutical ordered a recall of three dietary supplements containing red yeast rice that had been linked to over 100 hospitalizations and five deaths.

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In 2023, police made multiple arrests linked to a wave of pranks dubbed "sushi terrorism.".

The so-called acts of "sushi terrorism" involved diners at conveyor belt restaurants engaging in unhygienic behavior like licking cups before returning them or contaminating food with hand sanitizer.

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The so-called acts of "sushi terrorism" involved diners at conveyor belt restaurants engaging in unhygienic behavior like licking cups before returning them or contaminating food with hand sanitizer.


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