Skip to comments.Food products withdrawn from Greek supermarkets after poisoning threat
Posted on 12/20/2017 11:00:33 AM PST by EdnaMode
The Hellenic Food Authority (EFET) on Tuesday warned consumers to avoid certain supermarket products after claims on an anarchist website that they had intentionally been contaminated with hydrochloric acid.
The products concerned are plastic 1.5-liter bottles of Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Light, Yfantis luncheon meat (pariza) in 500- and 350-gram packages, and blue 1-liter cartons of fresh milk from Delta.
The products are being withdrawn from shelves by the companies as a precautionary measure.
The move comes after a group calling itself Green Nemesis-Praxis 3 made the claim that the items had been contaminated. Similar incidents occurred before Christmas last year and in 2013.
Are these the same “antifa” types who were going around starting wildfires in Greece a few years back?
Will Coca Cola care enough about their bottom line to go after these freaks? They have more money than the Greek government so it’d be nothing to go after the thugs. If coke did, the positive publicity would bring in more $$$ than they expended.
I think so.
EVERYBODY has more money than the Greek government............probably even YOU!.................
Coke has enough phosphoric acid in it already for me not to drink the stuff.
The left is one big terrorist group.
Okay, it’s been well over 20 years since my last chemistry class, but Hydrochloric acid reacts exothermically with water (i.e. it gets hot and bubbles rapidly). Soda is mostly water. Also, when hydrochloric acid reacts with sugar, it turns black, bubbles and expands. I’m calling bull chit on this.
probably and the same rent-a-mob leaders in the antifa here in the us.
NOT ONE media outlet looks into how these groups pay their staffers.
The move comes after a group calling itself Green Nemesis-Praxis 3 made the claim that the items had been contaminated.
Sounds like a small, greeniac ecoterrorism group.Thanks EdnaMode.
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