TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute father got a shock during his daughter's meal.
Brian Rider said his 11-year-old daughter went to pour her Capri Sun into a cup with ice and when she did, she noticed it had something strange in it.
Rider cut the pouch open and found remains of what he describes as a moldy substance.
He called the manufacturer, Kraft Foods, and received a refund, but says he's finished using the product.
Meanwhile, we spoke with Kraft, they told us, "They told us that Rider's drink may have had a leak in it sometime before he opened it, which may actually cause mold.
"It's been our experience that this is, if mold does grow, It's similar to what would grow on bread, and generally speaking it's probably not a health hazard but we would always recommend if consumers have concerns they should contact their doctor," a representative said.
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