According to the Russian satellite news agency on August 21, Queensland police in Australia are investigating a new case of food needle hiding. A man found steel needles in strawberries his daughter was taking to school. The two boxes of strawberries containing dangerous goods were purchased from Woolworths supermarket on the outskirts of Brisbane. According to the Brisbane Times, Australian police believe that foreign bodies were deliberately put into food packaging. The supermarket launched an investigation and found no foreign matter that might threaten consumers’ health, but stopped selling fresh strawberries. < / P > < p > in 2018, 230 incidents of needle detection in fresh fruits were exposed in Australia. Police arrested a 50 year old woman worker at a strawberry farm in Queensland after a major investigation. The latest such incident occurred in early July, when sewing needles and pushpins were found in strawberries, avocados and freshly baked bread in Adelaide.