Chef Boyardee Canned Rat
i just threw out the two cans of mini ravioli i was keeping in case of an emergency. i promise you will never eat anything by that company after you see that video (warning the video is extremely unappetizing).
An Ohio women who opened a can of Chef Boyardee spaghetti and meatballs for her daughter claims to have found not spaghetti and meatballs: "I opened it up and my face was very close to it and immediately you could tell there was a dead rodent on top, in fact you couldn't even see the spaghetti and meatballs at all," said Jennifer Aker.Jennifer contacted ConAgra, the manufacturer of the product, who asked for a photo of the tainted goods. Instead, Aker's nephew shot a video of the can and its contents and put it on YouTube. The video is below.ConAgra, who is reportedly sending a courier to retrieve the product to conduct tests on it, has asked Aker to freeze the contents of the can in the meantime.Con Agra has released the following statement in response to the potential time bomb of a dead rodent in its canned food: "We take all consumer inquires seriously, and when a consumer has a bad experience, we work with them to determine the source of the problem and correct it. We also work with them to make up for their experience as best as we are able." Said Jennifer Aker: "I'm not looking for money, I'm just looking to let people be aware of this. It's just really gross."