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Mom Buys Michael’s Patisserie Cake And Finds It Completely Green With Mould On Inside

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Mom Buys Michael’s Patisserie Cake And Finds It Completely Green With Mould On Inside

A $50 voucher is the only compensation offered!

A mother shared stomach-upsetting photos of a vanilla sponge cake she purchased for her daughter’s one-year-old birthday, which turned green with mold.

Jamie Hogan purchased the cake from Michel’s Patisserie in Mascot, Sydney for her daughter’s birthday on February 21st.

Cutting through the floral icing cake, Hogan observed dust came off it and the sponge was completely green.

Jamie Hogan shared upsetting photos of a vanilla sponge cake she purchased for her daughter’s one-year-old birthday, which turned green with mold

Posted to Facebook, the cake incident has been liked over 4000 likes. ‘When I cut the cake dust came off it, it’s completely broken apart as if nothing was holding it together, only icing. I almost gagged when I put it on a plate. You can imagine if this would be served to party at the party!’ Ms. Hogan wrote.

The color of the mold showed the cake had been abandoned by the store for a very long time.  ‘The worst thing is that Piper and I ate the icing off the cake, unaware of what laid beneath. The following day, she felt ill immediately.’

Ms. Hogan purchased the cake from Michel’s Patisserie in Mascot, Sydney for her daughter’s birthday on February 21st

The cake store – Michel’s Patisserie has since apologized as well as offered Ms. Hogan a $50.

‘After an investigation of the incident, we confirmed the photo uploaded was a one-off isolated occurrence. This particular cake was delivered by the supplier to the store within 24hours before it was finally sold out. It was decorated meaning the store owner was unable to see the inside of the cake.’ The store said in a statement.

Michel’s Patisserie has since apologized as well as offered Ms. Hogan a $50

‘With the cake being a popular product with hundreds sold daily, there has been no occurrence identified in the network. Our major priority remains customer safety and quality. We are working with the supplier to ensure it doesn’t happen again.’ The statement added.

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