NEW: 'Glass fragments' found inside Lucky Me instant pancit canton

Another video showing "glass fragments" found inside Lucky Me! instant pancit canton sauce surfaced on Facebook!

glass fragments inside lucky me pancit canton sauce

Apparently, fellows from Japan bought Lucky Me! instant noodles from a nearby store and they just had this terrifying discovery - allegedly "real glass fragments" (bubog) inside the noodle's supposed tasty sauce.

After opening the sauce sachet, the ladies in the video tried to put the suspected "glass fragments" into a saucer with water, so as to know if they are just "salt crystals", as claimed by Monde Nissin (maker of Lucky Me!) in a statement they sent to CoolBuster to address a previous incident of the same nature.

Unfortunately, the crystals did not melt, which made the ladies conclude that what they found were real glass fragments.

Watch the video below and judge for yourself.

Bubog daw sa Lucky Me Pancit Canton!?

Bubog sa Lucky Me Pancit Canton!? For more videos please visit:http://pakshetvideos.comNote: Basahin sa comments ang paliwanag ng Lucky Me tungkol sa issue na to.

Posted by Pakshet on Friday, August 14, 2015

Instant noodles are common staple foods to many people these days but they are likely to have the condition called "metabolic syndrome".

According to researchers, people with the said condition are prone to having high blood pressure or high blood sugar levels. They will also have increased risk of heart disease, and also stroke and diabetes.

Said Hyun Shin, a doctoral candidate (2014) at the Harvard School of Public Health:
Although instant noodle is a convenient and delicious food, there could be an increased risk for metabolic syndrome given [the food’s] high sodium, unhealthy saturated fat and glycemic loads.
Source: CoolBuster, Facebook, Washington Post

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