A mouse found in a tin of Sainsbury's own-brand baked beans by Robert Howard, from Brockley, south-east London. According to the manufacturer the creature had been cooked in the tin. Eek!
A sealed plastic bag of lettuce was found to contain a small, somewhat desiccated frog in Ashkelon, Israel, in 2005
This mouse was discovered in a loaf of Hovis Best of Both bread purchased online from Tesco by Stephen Forse of Kidlington in Oxfordshire in January 2009. Question is, does the 'guideline daily amounts' label visible below the unfortunate rodent tell you how many mice you should be eating?
Looking like a grisly fossil, this mouse was discovered in a Hyndman's malt loaf bought from a supermarket in the Ballymoney area in 2007. The manufacturer was fined £1,000 plus costs for placing unsafe food on the market
Taking top marks for making something cozy and comforting utterly revolting is this Werther's Original boiled sweet riddled with dead ants unwrapped by Clare Turton of Solihull Lodge, West Midlands
This particularly offensive dead mouse was found in a Uncle Ben's Express Basmati Rice ready meal by Lorraine Hughes from Bartley Green, Birmingham. Slow down, Uncle Ben. Just slow down
The current flavour of the month, a dead frog found in a bag of Tesco spinach and incorporated into a salad by Sarah Moss, 26, from Shoreditch. There's more on this particular delight over on Word of Mouth
A small grey mouse found inside loaf of sliced bread in Israel. The well-known bakery which made the bread claims the mouse did not enter the loaf in the bakery but after the loaf left its premises. It certainly doesn't looked cooked, but whether that's better or worse than the alternative is a bit of a moot point