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KWAY TEOW PACKETS “FULL OF FUNGUS”, BOUGHT FROM TOA PAYOH FAIRPRICE

In the realm of everyday life, a routine trip to the supermarket turned into an unexpected ordeal for one individual at NTUC FairPrice at Toa Payoh Central, as the netizen later took to Facebook to share about her experience.

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The Incident at NTUC FairPrice

The story begins with the seemingly ordinary purchase of four packets of kway teow, a staple in many Asian kitchens. Little did the consumer know that this routine purchase would unfold into a disturbing revelation.

Upon returning home and preparing for a meal, the individual uncovered a horrifying truth – three out of the four purchased packets, all labeled with an expiry date of 28/01/2024, were riddled with fungus. The shock and disgust were palpable, as the intended culinary experience turned into an unsettling encounter with contaminated food.

Expressed through emojis on the Facebook post, the immediate reaction of the consumer was one of disbelief and revulsion. The shared sentiment echoed the universal response to the unpleasant surprise, setting the stage for a tale of consumer frustration and concern.

Immediate Action and Resolution

In a bid to address the issue promptly, the consumer wasted no time and headed back to the outlet. The objective was clear – to seek redress for the contaminated purchase and, perhaps, gain insights into how such a lapse in quality control could occur.

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To the consumer’s surprise, the supermarket’s response was swift and somewhat unexpected. The cashier assured a cash refund and pledged to inform the supplier about the concerning incident. This led to a moment of reflection: Was the resolution too facile, given the severity of the situation?

The Netizens’ Facebook Post

Good day, everyone. Here’s a short read about what I encountered at NTUC FAIRPRICE TOA PAYOH CENTRAL. I bought four packets of kway teow from there and went back to do some cooking. After cutting all my ingredients, I wanted to open the packets of kway teow to wash them. To my horror, three of the packets, with the expiry date 28/01/2024, were full of fungus. The moment I saw that, I just wanted to throw up because it was really disgusting.

I headed down to the supermarket. Guess what the cashier said? They will refund me in cash and inform the supplier. Oh my God, I was like, “Is that just so easy?”

Source: Facebook
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