Severed human finger found in ice cream! Fortune Dairy has now ceased operations; Know the whole matter

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Its manufacturer Fortune Dairy Industries has shut down its operations a few days ago after a doctor in Mumbai found a piece of meat in an ice cream cone. In fact, after ordering ice cream online, 26-year-old doctor Brendan Ferrao from Mumbai found a piece of flesh in it, suspected to be a human finger. The ice cream was Yummos Butterscotch from the original Waco QSR Company Pvt Ltd, which the doctor ordered from the delivery app Zepto. The Food Safety and Human Services Authority of India (FSSAI) on Saturday shut down the operations of Fortune Dairy Industries, an ice cream maker in Pune’s Indapur taluka, following a complaint from a doctor.

The production unit is 130 km from Pune.

Let us tell you that the ice cream production unit is located in the industrial cluster of Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) in Loni Deokar area of ​​Indapur taluka of Pune district, about 130 km from Pune city. The Mumbai police had earlier said they were probing the supply chain from delivery executives to Fortune Dairy Industries. On Saturday, Valco QSR Company Pvt Ltd said, “We confirm and announce that Batch No. 107E24 for Alphonso Mango Cone (110 ml) and Batch No. I11E24 for Butterscotch Cone (110 ml) Fortune Dairy Industries Manufactured by Pvt.

What the police say

An official of Indapur police station said that there is no report or information of any person being injured or any finger being amputated in our jurisdiction so far. “Our company has a production license from the central agency FSSAI,” said an employee of Fortune Dairy Industries on condition of anonymity. Given that the work here should be stopped.

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