Hyderabad: Woman finds fungus in pastry at popular bakery in Sainikpuri

Hyderabad Desk

Hyderabad: With popular restaurants, bars and bakeries coming into the radar of the food safety department for unhygienic storage and handling of food items and no FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) logos, another case has come forward where a woman found fungus in her pastry.

Preeti Biswas, who recently visited 5th Avenue Bakers, a popular bakery in Sainikpuri, had ordered an Eclair pastry only to find fungus inside it.

Posting about her experience on X, she wrote, “No food joint can be trusted in Hyderabad anymore.” She also tagged the concerned authority for filing a complaint against the eatery.”

The bakery has been serving its customers for over 30 years. Many have reacted to the incident with shock.

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