UK: Asda fined £21,000 after glass found in bread
UK supermarket operator and Wal-Mart subsidiary Asda has been slapped with a £21,000 (US$32,500) fine after wood, glass and other items were found in bread it sold. The company pleaded guilty at a magistrate's court to nine counts of breaching food hygiene laws, and three of having a foreign body in food at the company's store in Sutton, south-west London.
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