USA: Hershey faces lawsuit over moth larvae infested chocolate bar
Pennsylvania-based Hershey Food Corporation has found itself facing litigation after a couple from Springfield claimed that they inadvertently ate a Hershey chocolate bar infested with moth larvae. Michael and Laurie Acton, both 32, bought the offending 4-ounce Hershey bar on 7 April. They ate three quarters of the chocolate before unwrapping the rest and discovering the larvae. Laurie Acton explained to the local paper
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