New York, NY (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
In Norfolk, England, a cockroach was found in a takeaway curry. In connection with it, My Cleaning Products recommended a pesticide-exempt spray to help the public kill roaches for real and preserve food safety.
A report from bbc.co.uk posted on January 29, 2014 related that a customer found the insect, particularly, in his takeaway chicken vidaloo from a restaurant in Cromer in July. It detailed that initially, he and others thought it was just a "cardamom seed" from the rice. But when it was confirmed and they complained, it added that the owner promptly inspected the critter and gave them a full refund.
The discovery of the pest, said in the report, prompted the North Norfolk District Council to conduct an inspection in the restaurant. And as it related, they found out that there was a huge infestation of cockroach in the place.
Following the inspection the post relayed that the restaurant then voluntarily closed. It shared that it also admitted eight other food sanitation offenses at Norwich Magistrates' Court.
Below is a part of the post Roach Found in Curry by My Cleaning Products.
“Chicken vindaloo makes a great meal. But a cockroach in a bowl of it surely doesn't make it appealing. Rather, it makes it appalling. And appalled indeed was a customer in Norfolk when he found a roach on his takeaway order of the dish.”
According to MCP, what happened to that customer in Norfolk could happen to anyone anywhere. It cited that even a person's home is not fool-proof from the presence of those critters. And so, to help everyone dealing with those pests get rid of them fast and safe, it gave an advice and recommended a pesticide-exempt roach spray.
My Cleaning Products said that cockroaches spread bacteria and germs that could cause a number of health problems. For that reason, it stated that it is imperative to prevent their presence. Particularly, it advised everyone to always clean food crumbs and spills as it said that they are the things that mainly attract those insects.
Moreover, to eliminate cockroaches that were already in a place, it suggested the use of Roach Bully, the organic roach spray. Unlike the majority of pesticides, it said that it is safe given that it is made with organic ingredients. It shared that it is even on EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list.
MCP also assured that Roach Bully is effective. It elaborated that besides the mature roaches, it could kill even their eggs and nymphs.
To try it and prove its benefits, MCP invited everyone as well to visit its website at mycleaningproducts.com and get the Roach Bully Complimentary Sample.