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A Minolta DiMAGE 7 test shot

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-28 09:25 | Get back

Evening calm

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-27 09:25 | Rural life

Dusk

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-26 09:25 | Get back

The stray cat is still staying on

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-25 09:25 | So what?

Afternoon

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-24 09:25 | Rural life

CAUTION! YOUR COWHEAD MILK MAY HAVE INSECTS ALSO!!!

It' already more than 1 day passed since I emailed the below to the responsible personnel of Miguel P. Ereñeta Sabrosa Foods, Inc, a Cowhead Milk distributer in the Philippines, and also the general manager of Ben Foods (S) Pte Ltd in Singapore (http://www.benfoods.com/). It's Monday today (23rd Feb, 2015) and even when it turned to the afternoon, I never got any responses from them. Thus, I decided to open this "affair" to the public. What I reported them as below is the obvious truth (I made the name of the recipient anonymity). Be cautious and good luck for your Cowhead Milk!

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Hi, XXXX,

We bought three Cowhead Milks at Robinsons Calapan on 20th Feb, 2015, and opened one of them this morning (22nd Feb, 2015) . Amased! There were two tiny insects under the cap!!!

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See the attached photos that I took. They were still alive but instantly disposed after my taking pictures. We kept them in a fridge and the one I opened was in the upper tray than the one in which the rest two were kept.

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I have never experienced such a thing even in the Philippines. If the insects entered under the cap of the milk, only possibility would be from vegetables kept in the fridge. However, they were in the lower tray (the lefthand side in the picture) and I don't think they climbed up to the upper tray to reach the cap.

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I examined the rest two milks and they didn't have such a insect under the caps. They look like worms and I remember experiments of a science class when I was in a middle high school in Japan; they should be larvae of drosophila.

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I suppose a drosophila put her eggs under the cap while the milk has transferred from the factory to Robinsons Calapan. If so, the place the eggs kept should be awful hygiene condition.

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I do not know what the truth is, but at least when pouring the said milk into cups we have to take care by all means to avoid dropping milk to the dirty part. I never experienced such a thing even in the Philippines since I moved to Makati from BC, Canada, in 2005. My Filipina wife who is becoming 33 years old testified she also never.

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We no longer can buy Cowhead Milk anymore and I may have to report what happened with us objectively in my blog.

Best Regards,
Tetsuya


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PS: one final reminder; I drank the milk to finish today (the day after opened the seal) and it tasted a bit sour unlike the Cowhead's rich taste as usual!!!

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-23 15:36 | Amongst Chaos

Selling

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-23 09:25 | Get back

The kitten which got mixed in with our house

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-22 09:25 | Rural life

A wind bell

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-21 09:25 | Rural life

Philippine Colour

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by philip-ted | 2015-02-20 09:25 | So what?

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