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WORM found in CAMPBELL'S Soup

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Wendz

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While having dinner last night (Aug.10,2000) my daughter spit out of her mouth 1/2 of a dead worm of some type. I was serving Campbell's Vegetable Soup and grilled cheese. This was at the very beginning of the meal. She spit it on the table and said "ew, there's a worm in my soup". I quickly scooped it up and said "no dear - it's a spice or stick/stalk" - I didn't want to gross her out. I walked away and looked and sure enough it was a worm. I told them to immed. stop eating their soup. They knew right away it was a worm and could not finish the rest of the meal. My husband and I were about to have Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup & grilled cheese. We were not able to eat. We are still upset today. I took pictures and everything. What do you think Campbell's will say when I call them? What should I initially say to Campbell's?
I am in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada but Campbell's Soup is everywhere!!
Thanks,
Wendy
 


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lawrat

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I am a law school graduate. What I offer is mere information, not to be construed as forming an attorney client relationship.

May I suggest this: DO NOT CONTACT CAMPBELL'S SOUP YOURSELF!!!!!!!!

1. Read products liability under personal injury at the freeadvice.com homepage.

This is what we call a defective product. For food, the test is whether one would have reason to expect such an item to be in this particular dish. I.e. when you eat cherry pie, sometimes you may find the pit or stem in it. But in soup, one normally does not expect to find a worm.

2. Get yourself a products liability attorney and relax! try your state bar association by dialing 411 and then ask for lawyer referral AND also try attorneypages.com.

Hope this helps.
 
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Wendz

Guest
thanks so much lawrat
I appreciate your opinion and advice
I was going to call Campbell's immed. but now I will dig a little deeper
Wendy
 

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