Grace Goldstein came home with an undesirable surprise in her grocery bag after going to Trader Joe’s earlier this week.
Goldstein was shocked and confused when she first noticed a dead lizard in her bag of kale while unloading her groceries. Unsure whether to bring the bag back to the store, she put it in her freezer to preserve the lizard.
After contacting Trader Joe’s corporate, a representative told People, “We are committed to providing customers with great products of the highest quality and are currently working with our vendor to look into and address the matter.”
Soon after, Goldstein and her friend, Kate Berner, took to Twitter and uploaded a picture of the lizard.
— Kate Berner (@KateBerner) April 4, 2018
Along with many of us, Goldstein will probably not be eating kale again any time soon. “I’m really into spinach now,” she told People.
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