UK: Donkey meat sausages cause offence in Kent
The French owner of a delicatessen in Sandwich, Kent, has upset local residents by selling sausages made from donkey meat. The sausages, which are 25cm long and cost £3.50 (US$9) each in the delicatessen, have come under fire from locals in Sandwich who say the animals used to make them may have suffered hardship and cruelty by being transported thousands of kilometres across Europe prior to slaughter.
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