In a horrific incident, a woman discovers a canned snake head among green beans!!
Troy Walker from Utah was unfortunate enough to discover a severed snake head in a can of green beans while she was cooking. The incident happened at Mormon Church in Farmington, Utah. The women and youth were cooking together to serve the senior members of the congregation. As the result of this event, an Oregon food distribution company’s proceedings have come to a halt, until further notice.
1 More Scoop About The Incident
Walker explained how she spotted the head while she was taking the beans out of a cooker. She initially assumed that it was just another burnt bean. But later she got a closer look at it and to her terror, saw a pair of eyes on the ‘bean’, which made her drop the head, screaming.
Another member of the congregation, Chris Smith, who was present there during this incident, said that it was the head of a very tiny snake. After the incident, members threw out many large pots of beans which were cooking, as the chances were high that they might discover more parts of the snake in the pots.
2 The reaction of the people!
Walker pointed out how she is not angry with anyone, but she hopes that the rest of the snake parts are not discovered in the similar manner. She added that she could not eat for a day as she was feeling nauseous each time she thought of what happened.
The younger members of the congregation thought that the incident was pretty cool- it’s not every day that cooking at the church gets so interesting!
3 Here’s What Happened to the Snake Head!
Walker immediately took the snake head and took the can to the grocery store she bought it from. She also clicked a picture of it and sent it to the Oregon-based food distribution company named Western Family, whose label was found on the can.
Apparently, Western Family has taken the matter very seriously. Sharon McFadden, the Vice President of quality control of the company stated that they are looking into the issue with great care, given the alarming level of the discovery. The company is having discussions with the supplier that produces the beans to get to the bottom of the issue.
Western Family has asked the supplier to put its activities on hold until it can produce a proper explanation for this disturbing event. McFadden refused to give away the name of the supplier, but made it clear that strict measures are being taken to avoid this issue from being repeated. All we know is that the supplier is from Pacific Northwest.Currently, the cans from the same batch are being identified, so that they could be taken off the shelves. Western family is determined to prevent someone else from having similar unpleasant surprises.