The defendant manufactured and sold through a retailer a loaf of bread to the plaintiff's mother. The plaintiff, while eating the bread, saw a larva, five-eighths of an inch long in a slice she was about to eat, as a result of which she became sick. Held, on appeal, there was no error by the lower court in directing a verdict for the defendant on the ground that the plaintiff gave no sufficient proof of negligence, which was the basis of her action, and that negligence could not be presumed from the circumstances stated. Swenson v. Purity Baking Co. (Minn. 1931) 236 N.W. 310.