You have no security whatsoever for what you buy at your local grocery store nowadays. For example, I was walking down the street a week ago and it was terribly hot. So I decided to stop by a grocery store that I have never walked in before. Once inside I decided to buy a Pepsi and a candy bar. When I got out of the store I decided to check on the expiration dates and the Pepsi that I bought had expired one month ago. I went to the store again to complain and the shopkeeper told me to get another one. To my shock, every single can of Pepsi he had, had expired a month ago.
Terrible news had gone viral recently after some babies fell sick for no reason whatsoever. After a check-up, it tuned out that their baby formula had been swapped for flour. Someone had emptied the baby formula bottles from the original powder and had put flour inside. For a baby of that age, it can bring serious complications. A mother found this out in North Carolina after she had bought a baby formula at a Walmart.
Madeline Roque said that her baby daughter was crying all day long and was not drinking her bottle at all. The motherly instinct kicked in and told her that something was wrong. She decided to do a test. She got some of the powder and mixed in in water and then she left it in a glass container for a while, only to notice that the powder, separated from the water, which should not happen. Then she poured it in the sink to find out the powder got together like dough. Apparently, someone had put flour in it. It is advisable to double and triple check everything you get from the stores before you buy them.