In a statement made by Japan's PASCO Shikishima company, it was reported that black mouse remains were detected in several packages of Chojuku sliced bread.

The statement said that no one who ate these breads has fallen ill so far.

It was shared that an investigation was launched into the cause of the rodent residues on the products and that approximately 104 thousand packages of bread have been recalled so far.

"We deeply apologize for causing problems for our customers. We will strengthen our quality management system to prevent a recurrence."

According to state broadcaster NHK, PASCO's factory in the capital Tokyo was suspended due to an investigation.

Chojuku bread of PASCO Shikishima, headquartered in Nagoya, is sold in many markets across the country.

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Many products of PASCO Shikishima, one of Japan's well-known bread manufacturers, are also exported to the US and China.