We need to stop exporting all our fish to them. They are buying it all up n fast right now. I went to the grocery store and all the tuna was from Indonesia. We are getting tainted fish from Asia and they buy all our perfect food. If we stop exporting it, maybe their country will be force to clean up their own mess. The world needs to step up and force them to clean it up before we have no untainted fish. Yes I know about fresh water fish and mercury. I grew up in Michigan. We nuked them, rebuilt them, now they nuked themselves. It's their turn to fix it themselves under the pressure of the rest of the world. Sure these thoughts are a little over the top, but I'm a realist. People need to quit closing their eyes and think it will go away. Dreamer just dream. Realists get it done.
How do you feel about our chickens being sent to China for processing then shipped back here? I'm sure they're plants are clean.
kinda looks like it might be safer getting it done in China. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/201...e-hard-to-know
"And, chicken lovers, brace yourselves: There's more. A report suggests chicken inspections here in the U.S. might be poised to take a turn for the worse. The Government Accountability Office this week it has serious "questions about the validity" of the new procedures for inspecting poultry across the country.
Basically, these changes would replace many USDA inspectors on chicken processing lines with employees from the poultry companies themselves. The USDA has been piloting the new procedures, which will save money and significantly speed up processing lines, in 29 chicken plants. As The Washington Post , the plan is to roll out the new procedures eventually to "most of the country's 239 chicken and 96 turkey plants."
I go to china ever other year to visit my inlaws. When ya go to a real market the slaughter the animal on sight. I have no issues with it. Others may. For the whole shipping slaughter thing I have never looked into it. I assume it is done on a ship just offshore. The furniture business has been doing this for years. Well those are some I'm my thoughts.
For the whole shipping slaughter thing I have never looked into it. I assume it is done on a ship just offshore. The furniture business has been doing this for years. Well those are some I'm my thoughts.
The Chinese use chickens to make furniture? the chairs aren't covered in red satin but rooster floppy parts.