UK: Tests find water and animal proteins in chicken
The Food Standards Agency and 20 local authorities across the UK have joined forces to expose and tackle the continuing practice of adding undeclared water and animal protein to chicken destined for restaurants and takeaways. The problem was first exposed in an FSA survey published in December 2001. The FSA said that results published today reveal that these practices are continuing, and provide the evidence on which local authorities can now consider formal enforcement action.
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