THAILAND: Squeamish Thais opt for crocodile meat
Thailand's food retailers and restaurants are offering crocodile meat delicacies in the hope of tempting meat-eating customers concerned over health scares linked to BSE and poultry diseases. It is also being promoted favourably compared to chicken on a nutritional basis. Every 100g of crocodile meat has 1.9g of fat and 21g of protein compared with 10g of fat and 20g of protein in chicken.
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