EU: Resistant germs in chicken meat


From Ranking of EU chicken meat companies after contamination with antimicrobial-resistant pathogens

The testing of 165 chicken meat samples from the three largest EU poultry meat companies showed that one in two chicken meat samples is contaminated with antimicrobial-resistant pathogens.

The samples were purchased in five EU countries (DE, ES, FR, NL, PL) from the low-cost range of Lidl, Aldi, and directly from the companies’ factory outlets.

Chickens from the German PHW group are the most contaminated, with a total of 59 percent of contaminated samples, followed by the French LDC group with 57 percent of contaminated samples.

At the Dutch Plukon Food Group, one in three chickens is contaminated with resistant pathogens.

Antibiotic-resistant pathogens are a growing health threat.

If people pick up resistant pathogens during the preparation or consumption of meat, this can lead to serious infections where antibiotics have little or no effect.


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And I mean… The vegans were always on the carnivore’s line of fire:

“Take care of your food and leave me alone” …
“It is my free choice to eat what I like …”
“It is not healthy to only feed on plants …”

Right from the start, we drew attention to the dangers that come from slaughterhouses and factory farming.
The carnivores were just annoyed.

Now I rub my hands and officially say that it is my free choice to feel divine joy just at the thought that the carnivores may have already eaten these highly dangerous new germs and even with pleasure!!
We expected it.

These are the free citizens, the corpse eaters, the second-hand murderers, those who commissioned the daily massacres in slaughterhouses …

I wish them a lot of fun and a lot of courage for further free elections in our pathogenic democracy.

My best  regards to all, Venus

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