AUSTRALIA: What’s the beef? Offal pies on the shop shelves
Consumers who buy frozen supermarket meat pies for dinner could find themselves eating a less than appetising mix of fat, minced gristle, connective tissue and offal, according to a recent survey by the Australian Consumers' Association (ACA). Published today [Tuesday] in the ACA's journal Choice, the analysis of 22 brands of meat pies commonly sold in four- and six-packs will give shoppers something to chew over.
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