Human and rat DNA were found among a number of other things that didn’t belong in a sampling of 258 food products, reports WFLA-TV.
Products analyzed include ground meat, frozen patties, fast-food burger products, and veggie burger products from 79 brands and 22 retailers.
Food tests conducted by Clear Labs checked for substituted ingredients, contamination, toxins, allergens, and even missing ingredients.
The results might surprise you.
Of the 258 samples, meat was found in vegetarian products, a “black bean burger” actually contained no black beans, and the lab found a case of human DNA in a frozen vegetarian burger.
As for the rat DNA, that was found in a fast food burger, a ground meat sample, and even a vegetarian burger.
Even chicken DNA was found in fresh pork and beef burger products.
As for hygienic issues, about 1.6 percent of the samples analyzed showed issues.
ABC2 sister station TODAY'S TMJ4 reached out to Clear Labs Thursday to obtain a list of the impacted brands. No one was immediately available, however you may click here to review the entire report.