STOMPer Moldycake was appalled when he realised that a container of Kueh Bahulu that he had purchased had turned mouldy well before the listed expiry date.
Said the STOMPer:
"I bought two containers of Bahulu Cake from the Sheng Siong outlet at Serangoon North.
"I made the purchase on the 20th of January for the Lunar New Year holidays.
"The first container was consumed within a week of purchase, and there was nothing wrong with it.
"However, when I opened the second container, I was appalled when I realised that the cakes had turned mouldy.
"The expiry date listed on the bottom of the container was 6th of February, 2012.
"I'm surprised at how the cakes could have turned mouldy as I had stored it under normal conditions, as I did with all the other Chinese New Year snacks I bought.
"I would advise anyone else who purchases this brand of Bahulu Cakes to be careful and to make sure that the cakes are edible."