It became local and then national news, and the Aldi supermarket issued a refund and pulled the grapes from the shelves. Then a month later, the same thing happened at Aldi and Kroger stores in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania. And then a British family was told to evacuate their house after a Brazilian wandering spider, the most toxic arachnid out there,
stowed away with its hatchlings on a bunch of bananas. What’s going on?
What are all these spiders doing in our breakfast fruit?
These spiders are not spiders you would want in your house, for sure.
But spiders’ presence in fruit is generally not a bad thing.
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