A customer of convenience store chain Coles discovered that there was a lot of liquid left behind after cooking a large batch of mince.
The shopper posted a photo of the contents of a large jug on a Facebook group. She claimed that the fat and juices came from the 1.8kg of meat she purchased from the store.
According to the customer, who was alarmed by the find, she thought she was saving a buck by purchasing a large amount of meat.
She then posted a photo of the product on a Facebook group. The seller identified the item as beef mince from CW Farms.
The customer was obviously disgusted by the contents of the container, and she vowed to never buy the product again.
However, some of the people who commented on her post didn’t agree with her, arguing that the liquid was “flavoury.”
Some of the people who commented on the post noted that the amount of flavour in the product was 400ml. They also stated that it would taste like eating leather shoes.
Another said that the product’s moisture and flavor came from the cooking process.
Many of the people who commented on the post warned the customer that her family would not appreciate the dish she planned on making using the product.
They also noted that the amount of fat and liquid in the product was very high.
While the amount of fat and liquid in the product looked disgusting, many of the people who commented on the post noted that the standard amount of beef mince is around 20% fat.
Others said that it was actually normal to have this amount of fat in a meat product.
While some people agreed with the customer, they also noted that the amount of fat and liquid in the product was very high.
One of the people who commented on the post referred to the amount of liquid as a “disgusting amount of liquid.”