Terry Kirouac routinely makes smoothies for breakfast. Earlier this week, she opened a new container of President’s Choice brand Almond Milk, to include in her drink. Kirouac didn't realize right away that there might be something wrong with the milk. “I’m adding more almond milk, and I’m trying to get the last drops so I’m shaking it,” says Kirouac, “and this big thump comes and hits the top of the lid.” Terrified of what it might be, Kirouac cut open the container. The black lumpy mass she found inside horrified her. “I just kind of froze, and panicked when I saw all that,” she says. Kirouac made the discovery on Wednesday evening, and right away, contacted Loblaws, which owns the PC label. On Thursday, she reported her concerns to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and late today, an inspector visited her home. CFIA says, it will first attempt to identify the substance, and then determine the cause. At this time, CFIA says, it has not had any other similar complaints. Kirouac says, she believes the tainted milk may have triggered her asthma, and left her family feeling unwell. This afternoon Loblaws did return Kirouac's call, and issued this statement to CTV: “Customer satisfaction is our top priority. We are currently investigating the matter and have reached out to both the customer and our vendor."