Thanks for having us informed… Questa notizia, a parte il discorso sulla scelta di mangiare cavallo o meno, è tosta per chiunque, perchè riguarda un ennesimo caso di problema nella catena alimentare umana. Pare infatti che in Gran bretagna e Irlanda siano stati serviti hamburger preparati usando carne di cavallo non in regola con le normative, in quanto “impestata” di fenilbutazone, che proprio bene non fa. Niente del genere è stato ancora rilevato in Italia, pare, ma vedremo di tenervi aggiornati.
Food Standard Agency’s acceptance about exporting the positive tested 5 horses to France for eating purposes, for a drug considered harmful for humans has caused massive uproar
The news about contaminated horse meat being sold for food in the EU first broke in a national debate when Mary Creagh, the shadow environment secretary of UK, brought to the notice of the house that action is necessary to be taken against the entry of contaminated horsemeat into the human food chain.
Ms Creagh argued that injections, Phenylbutazone called bute for short, given to horses which had later been taken to the abattoir for meat. Traces of this contaminated meat had been found in burgers being sold by some restaurants in UK and Ireland. The restaurants later issued public apologies for selling these burgers.
Ms Creagh’s claims based on the report filed by the Food Standards Agency or FSA that it had found eight horses which got detected administered…
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