Many shoppers are lured to Whole Foods by the bourgeois retailer’s promise of selling only “natural” foods; thanks to the chain’s ingredient standards, consumers can be sure their $8 goat yogurt doesn’t contain artificial colorings or aspartame, among other things. But what about rat poison?
A man in Ann Arbor, Michigan has been taken into custody by the FBI after being accused of putting some rather unsavory ingredients on prepared foods and produce at local grocery stores, reports the New York Times. According to the FBI, the man — whose name has not been released to the public — “sprayed a liquid mixture of hand cleaner, water, and Tomcat mice poison” on self-serve food bars and stacks of produce.
Read on at Eater.