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Old 02-12-2013, 03:03 PM   #11
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Jesda that sort of rings a bell with me. I could not remember what fast food place it was but do remember hearing that kangaroo meat was used in it.
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Looks like the Findus issue has really blown up, soups and other products being taken off the shelves, not to mention lots of other countries now involved as well.


If they're gonna use horsemeat, why don't they just say so...though, everybody in uproar has no real idea about the scale of other rubbish going into their foods, on a daily basis, because they're labelled as non-ingredients...like toilet bowl cleaner, hair, feathers, paint... but, I guess what people don't know about, they generally don't care about either.
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Looks like the Findus issue has really blown up, soups and other products being taken off the shelves, not to mention lots of other countries now involved as well.


If they're gonna use horsemeat, why don't they just say so...though, everybody in uproar has no real idea about the scale of other rubbish going into their foods, on a daily basis, because they're labelled as non-ingredients...like toilet bowl cleaner, hair, feathers, paint... but, I guess what people don't know about, they generally don't care about either.
Exactly. Those Findus products are all high in salt and Shergar.

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Just label it. I think that there are some people that would eat anything. And I agree with 5k, you never really know what you are eating anyway.
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