Depending on which “source” you consult, the average person eats 10-12 whole spiders a year, and some two to three pounds of miscellaneous spider parts. I’ve come to terms with this. Let’s move on.
Do you know how many dead baby turtles you drink each year? None.
Unless you drink Folgers coffee, that is.
An Iowa woman found a baby turtle in her bag of Folgers freeze-dried coffee. I guess that's kind of the opposite of espresso, huh?
The best part?
Morris said she already had been making coffee from the same package for a month before the discovery.If you’re skeeved out by that, then you should also know that a representative with the company said that, since many Folgers plants are in New Orleans, the little guy could be from the flooding due to Hurricane Katrina. Also from the article:
"It makes you think ... it is not just Folgers, it could be anything that is packed on the coast or any place with the hurricane trouble and flood trouble," she said.What’s next? Snakes in my Zapp’s potato chips? Baby Alligators in my bottles of Turbodog? This warrants further investigation.
It could also be a wakeup call to the woman; switch brands. Folgers makes nasty coffee, anyway.