Chlorinated Chicken Still Appears to be on the Menu in the United Kingdom

Caption: Chlorinated chicken can cluck off Credit: Don Barrett flickr

THERE are suggestions that in order to secure a trade deal with the USA that the British government will reverse the decision not to allow imports of chlorinated chicken and hormone-injected beef.

Trade Secretary Liz Truss hasn’t denied this but did tell MPs that food standards will not be lowered to secure new deals.

In the meantime, a National Farmers Union petition calling for the ban of these products has attracted more than one million signatures and the new CEO of Waitrose has said it won’t stock them.

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