FBI Issues Huge Warning TO Anyone Planning On Going Grocery Shopping In The Next Few Days…
I always try to buy fruit and vegetables from farmer’s markets whenever possible. The reason is pretty much obvious, you have a better knowledge of where exactly all that stuff came from. You also have a much better idea of the number of people that have come into contact with the produce before it got to where you can pick it up and put it in the basket. After a Whole Foods shopper sprayed an unknown liquid onto food products in the grocery store. The FBI is searching for the man who contaminated the food supply.
Surveillance footage caught the man putting the unidentified substance on various products at the Whole Foods Market in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The FBI is taking this threat very seriously.
Spokesperson for the FBI, Jill Washburn, believes the surveillance photos will help find the perpetrator.
“We do not know what the substance was,” Washburn said, according to MLive. “The only thing that he was seen sprinkling the substance on was food.”
When an employee noticed a man pouring liquid onto items at the food bars, she alerted management, Whole Food Market Public Relations representative Allison Phelps said.
“Out of an abundance of caution, all salad and hot food bars were immediately closed down at the store, all food was thrown out and the store team thoroughly cleaned and sanitized all food stations, equipment and serving utensils before restocking with fresh items,” Phelps wrote in an email.
Whole Foods is working hand-in-hand with the brave officers of the Ann Arbor police department to locate the man in question.
Tests indicate that the unknown substance is not harmful, though Washburn has not “unequivocally” confirmed that shoppers shouldn’t be worried.
Some shoppers are wondering if that has happened before and are concerned over the quality and safety of the food they find at Whole Foods.