Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Black Bits in Pizza Are NOT Mouse Droppings, Says Firm ; 'Extra Topping'leaves Woman Feeling Sick, but Maker Says It's Just Carbon from Bakery Pans

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Black Bits in Pizza Are NOT Mouse Droppings, Says Firm ; 'Extra Topping'leaves Woman Feeling Sick, but Maker Says It's Just Carbon from Bakery Pans

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AWOMAN who believed she had found 'mouse droppings or little spiders' baked into her pizza has been told by the firm that it is safe to eat and is actually 'carbon build-up' from the pans.

Support worker Deborah Power, of Denton, was looking forward to tucking into the pepperoni deep crust pizza after a hard day's work.

But when she took it out of the oven and sliced it she was left retching in disgust when she found black dots running through the pizza base.

The pizza cost Pounds 1.39 and was purchased from the frozen section at Home Bargains, on Snipe Way, Ashton, with a sell-by date of 2016.

Miss Power immediately contacted Chicago Town and sent them an email, believing the black dots to be mice droppings or even baby spiders.

She said she has not yet had a response.

Deborah, 53, told the M. …

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