Woman was stunned to have bought a loaf full of bread crusts and it baffles netizens on how this could happen


The sandwich is a common meal to many of us and it’s easy to make too. One day, Timea Ganji from Radcliffe-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire, England was planning to make sandwiches for her children’s lunch when she discovered something unlikely.

“It looked like a normal loaf when we bought it. Because of the yellow packaging, you can’t see it properly. You can see it’s sliced, but you couldn’t see it is all just crusts,” said the 41-year-old mother of two.

She just bought a whole loaf of crust!

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“It’s not funny first thing in the morning when you have half an hour to get the kids to school and there’s no time to get another loaf. Then, in the morning, I just wanted some toast and to make sandwiches and I was just staring at it. I don’t really understand how it can happen.”

Ganji later posted the photos of the whole loaf of crust on Facebook, and many of her friends shared ways to use the crusts and not to forget—the old sayings about the benefits of eating them.

After learning about the incident, Kingsmill said they would investigate how this happened and had posted Ganji’s a more conventional loaf to replace the all-crust loaf. Kingsmill also mentioned that its bakeries were enclosed and they would not allow for a loaf consisting solely of crusts to pass through their strict quality control processes.

A spokeswoman said that the firm is currently investigating to figure out how this collection of crusts found its way into Ganji’s shopping.

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“I don’t mind eating them. I love baguettes with butter on them, or an end of sourdough or tiger bread, but these ends are not as tasty. You can’t make sandwiches with them and the kids won’t eat them,” added Ganji.

As a restaurant owner, Ganji considered adding the bread to meatloaf or maybe make some breadcrumbs with it.

Luckily they replaced a normal loaf to Ganji and hopefully, they’ll be able to find out how the crust loaf got there.

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