Charlotte Downey, who said she contacted an emergency telephone line because of fears that her 2-year-old child may have developed an infection, claims that the glass came from the asdes of the little Asda angels.
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"[We] would like to assure her and all our customers that we have stringent processes to ensure that there is no contamination within this steady process." Our diapers are produced and packed in a closed loop within a closed environment and if the production line door is opened, the conveyor stops and all diapers are rejected, "said a news agency company spokesman.
Downey said her daughter was screaming in pain after putting her diaper
"When I checked, I noticed that from "I looked at the diaper and then saw a clear glass of glass," and returned the diapers to the store where she bought them. "They told me it would take 40 days to investigate "It does not seem urgent to deal with a serious problem." They did not take the product out of the shelves
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Asda, however , says they accept the situation seriously and maintain that it is an isolated incident
"A client may have confidence that they are the first person to open his diaper package, "the speaker added.