- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

WALLINGFORD, Conn. (AP) - A Wallingford school food services director says a review has begun to find out how a worm ended up in a fruit cup served for lunch.

The Record-Journal reports (https://bit.ly/1HrbnF3 ) that parents of Sheehan High School students expressed concern on Facebook Monday after parent Kimberly Davidson posted photos taken by students showing worms and a moldy loaf of bread served for lunch.

Davidson said her daughter sent her a picture of a worm in her fruit cup several weeks ago via Snapchat and last week overheard several other students complaining about finding bugs in their food.

Food Services Director Sharlene Wong said the distributor was contacted and a review has begun. She said the distributor said pesticide use is limited and as a result, ‘organic matter’ can appear.

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Information from: Record-Journal, https://www.record-journal.com


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