Authorities in San Jose are investigating a grocery store after a customer witnessed raw meat being taken inside with a shopping cart.
This all happened in front of the 99 Ranch Market in San Jose.
Frequent shopper Loretta Seto was walking towards the store when she noticed two men delivering the meat in Costco shopping carts.
"Slabs of pork, I think they were just like cut in half and some were just flopped over on the handlebars," Seto said.
She later posted the picture to Facebook which went viral.
The company has since dumped all the meat from that vendor.
In a statement, 99 Ranch Market says “we are working with our supplier to ensure such an incident will not occur again.”
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