NY man says spinach dip contained animal toe
NEW YORK — A man who found what appeared to be an animal toe in a packaged spinach dip is suing the producer and a New York City grocery store.
Andrew Brodsky has filed a complaint in Manhattan's state Supreme Court saying a nail was still attached to what he called the "foreign object" in the Sabra Spinach Artichoke Dip.
He purchased it in September at a Fairway store on Manhattan's east side.
Brodsky claims he suffered "severe and permanent" injuries including emotional distress after consuming the dip — at first unaware of what he says it contained.
He's requesting unspecified damages.
Calls for comment to Fairway and Sabra Dipping, of White Plains, were not immediately returned.