- The USDA has agreed to let four Chinese chicken processing companies begin to ship meat to the United States, sparking debate about food safety.
- Just seven months ago, thousands of American dogs either died or became sick after eating jerky treats with chicken from Chinese food processing plants.
- China, a country that has had outbreaks of avian flu in recent years, has a nightmarish track record with food manufacturing. Animals are mistreated and processed in filthy conditions, and just this summer a Chinese poultry plant caught fire and killed 120 people.
- As of now, China will only be allowed to process cooked meat from birds that were raised in the U.S. How does that make sense from an efficiency standpoint? The birds will be raised and cooked in the US, sent to China for processing, only to be shipped back again.
- Chinese chicken will not be labeled, so the next time you have a nugget or frozen chicken finger, it very well could have been made in a sketchy Chinese factory. That’s fowl play.
This is a serious concern! The US is dropping the ban on Chinese imports of Chicken for human consum… – http://t.co/tecr16QPCO
— Glenn Stoyan (@Gas8128) September 5, 2013
So the USDA will allow Chinese chicken to be exported to the US….knowing china has food safety problems….
— Nina Red Ross (@FuturisticRed) September 5, 2013
Don’t Trust That Nugget? “What was USDA thinking when it signed-off on Chinese processed chicken exports for humans?” http://t.co/CLTQDXrhO1
— Robyn O’Brien (@unhealthytruth) September 3, 2013