‘It put us off our Sunday lunch’ - Norwich family find glass in supermarket ready meal
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A Norwich woman was left with a bleeding mouth after finding glass in a supermarket side dish.
The Smith family ordered a ready prepared red cabbage product on online delivery from Sainsbury's in Pound Lane on Friday August 31 for their Sunday roast.
Instead they were substituted with Rumbledethumps - a Scottish dish containing potato, swede and savoy cabbage topped with cheese.
But the family got an extra ingredient they definitely didn't want when they found a piece of glass lurking in the dish.
Matt Smith said: 'The product was Sainsbury's Rumbledethumps and my wife found it by biting into it which caused her mouth to bleed for about five minutes.
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'She was obviously a bit upset and it put all of us off our Sunday lunch a bit.'
After making the dangerous find, Mr Smith sent an email to Sainsbury's on Monday and claims he didn't receive a response from the supermarket.
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After being contacted by this paper, the supermarket has asked Mr Smith to take the product into store for investigation.
A spokesman for Sainsbury's said: 'We've apologised to Matt and are urgently investigating with our supplier.'