UK claims English people eat 1 million tones of contaminated chicken every year!
In a population of 64 million people, that would be 2 small slices of salami per day.
Studies show that two-thirds of the chicken in UK is contaminated with Campylobacter.
How did their chicken ever got to be so dirty?
2 Sisters Food Group and Faccenda were investigated. They supply chicken to Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, M&S, KFC and to farms. Notice in the movie how:
– chickens fell on to the floor and were put back on to the production line
– pipes were blocked, guts on the floor
– the water pipe was not working, they still didn’t stop the line
The water in the scald tanks is hot, but the bacteria survives in the foam that forms on the top and is cooler. Each bird passes through it. This water may not be cleaned for three days in a row.
Cooked chicken may be safe, but Campylobacter spreads from raw meat to pots and other surfaces in the kitchen.
No wonder there are 280 000 cases of diarrhea, vomiting, long tearm complications or even death every year in UK, because of Campylobacter.
Terrorists would certainly run away from the English chicken!