UK: Perkins disgraced as journalists uncover poor hygiene at chicken nugget plant
UK frozen food retailer Iceland has taken thousands of packets of chicken nuggets out of its freezer chests after secret filming at a supplier's plant revealed poor hygiene. Film recorded at a Perkins Frozen Foods plant showed that staff were not obliged to wash their hands, the Daily Mail reported. In footage broadcast on national television in ITV's Tonight programme, one worker was filmed throwing nuggets that fell on the floor back on the production line.
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