This Is Beyond Disgusting! Chinese Authorities Seized Frozen meat from the 1970s bound for Restaurants and Supermarkets


If you think that a dead cockroach found inside canned meat product and fake rice made from plastic are gross and disgusting enough, think again.

According to Elaine Yu of CNN, 800 tonnes of smuggled frozen meat have been seized by Chinese authorities which includes one batch dating way back 1970s. Imagine the smell and the looks of those meats and how they turned out after few decades.

Frozen Meat

Yu also mentioned in her report that those meats are bound for restaurants, retailers and supermarkets in some provinces of China. The meat was confiscated on June 1 and estimated to be worth 10 million yuan ($1.6 million).

According to authorities, the decade-old meat packages were rotten and others were around 40 years old. Some were even stamped at the height of China's Cultural Revolution.

"The products fully filled an entire compartment. It was really smelly, and I nearly threw up when I opened the door," a local official said in one interview.

China has experienced lots of gross and sick food scandals in recent years. Aside from the canned meat products packed with dead insects and fake plastic rice, some meat factory in China are also reportedly involved in selling expired meats to big name clients like McDonald's, KFC and Pizza Hut.

China Frozen Meat 1970

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5 comments:

Melgie Campbell said...

It makes me don't want to eat anything from China, so gross! As a consumer, always be careful on buying food. Thanks for sharing
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Shelly said...

This is appalling. How could any businessman think of even doing this, if this is really true. We're going to the dogs.

Elizabeth O. said...

OMG, this is not just disgusting, but really scary. I've been to China a few times and I've always loved their food.

JanzCrystalz January said...

Yikes! I think I won't dare eating food products from China from now on.

JanzCrystalz January said...

Yikes! I think I won't dare eating food products from China from now on.

 

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