Lidl is recalling two of its packaged squid products because of the presence of struvite salt crystals.
The danger is unclear. The article says that struvite crystals “may be mistaken as glass fragments,” which isn’t actually dangerous. It also says: “As these salt crystals may cause injury, the product should not be consumed.” Maybe it’s the intestinal tract that mistakes the crystals for glass.
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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Bruce Schneier. Read the original post at: Schneier on Security