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Woman finds apparent chicken embryo in Campbell's soup

COLORADO (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A Colorado mom says she
found what looks like a chicken embryo with feet floating in a bowl of
Campbell's Soup.

Nicole Montgomery made the discovery after opening the can and heating up chicken soup for her sick four-year-old.

So she called Campbell's 800 number to tell customer service.

"She's
like well that's not possible and I said well, it's got feet and a beak
and it really looks like a dead chicken, and she's like there's
absolutely no way that can be a dead chicken," said Nicole Montgomery.
"It's like a train wreck, you can't stop looking at. I keep looking at
it and thinking 'how does this happen?'"

Montgomery says
Campbell's promised to send a courier to pick up the specimen. They also
offered some coupons, but she's sworn off the soup for now.

Source: WWMT
Woman finds apparent chicken embryo in Campbell's soup

Thursday, March 20 2014, 10:20 AM EDT

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