Connecticut woman discovers deadly spider in store-bought grapes

BRANFORD, Conn. -- A Connecticut woman said she found a black widow spider inside a package of grapes from the grocery store.

She was reportedly eating the organic grapes with her 11-year-old son when they discovered the spider, which did not bite.

The Stop & Shop store offered the woman a full refund. She declined to give her name.

The grocery store said that while it takes all necessary measures to keep spiders out, the eight-legged creatures may still find a way into food because they are part of the "natural, organic environment."
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