Utah woman says she found a snake head in canned green beans
SALT LAKE CITY - A food distribution company has halted shipments of some canned green beans after a Utah woman says she found a snake head in a can.
KSL-TV in Salt Lake City reports that Troy Walker of Farmington, Utah, says she made the unsettling discovery while she and fellow church members were preparing meals Wednesday night for neighbors.
Walker says she first thought it was a burnt bean until she spotted eyes. Walker says she took the snake head and empty can back to the grocery store where she bought the food.
Western Family vice president of quality control Sharon McFadden says that the food company takes the matter seriously and is working with the supplier that produced the green beans to find out what happened.
She says shipments of canned green beans from this specific supplier are on hold.
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