A video of a maggot-infested tray of eggs for sale at a Giant hypermarket in Tampines has been going viral online.
The video, which was been viewed over 100,000 times, shows a Giant brand tray of 30 eggs covered with wriggling maggots. Uploaded online yesterday by Facebook user Tang WS, the video shows that the eggs retail for $4.45 per tray.
Tang WS questioned whether Giant does any kind of quality control before putting items for display on store shelves and asked, tongue-in-cheek, whether the hypermarket is selling fresh eggs or fresh worms:
Saw this at Giant Hypermarket Tampines. Wonder if they QC their products before displaying them for sale. Fresh eggs or fresh worms?!!@GiantHypermarketSg
Posted by Tang WS on Sunday, 11 February 2018
This is not the first time that shoppers have found eggs infested with worms in supermarkets. At least two shoppers experienced the same unsightly sight at a Giant supermarket and an NTUC Fairprice supermarket in less than a year:
Please be very careful while buying eggs from Giant Supermarket!Went there Saturday evening and found maggots crawling all over the stenched eggs.
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