Vegetarian Discussion: More Toxic Meat On Sale. Time To Go Veggie? ASDA/MAKRO Lamb Meat Withdrawn Due To Possible Presence Of Veterinary Medicine Residues

More Toxic Meat On Sale. Time To Go Veggie? ASDA/MAKRO Lamb Meat Withdrawn Due To Possible Presence Of Veterinary Medicine Residues
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Gloria
2007-10-24 13:28:05 EST
Welsh Country Foods Ltd recalls certain batches of lamb meat and offal
due to possible presence of veterinary medicine residues
Tuesday 23 October 2007

Food Alert: for Information

Ref: 35/2007

Welsh Country Foods Ltd has recalled certain batches of lamb meat and
offal due to possible presence of veterinary medicine residues.

The batches of lamb and offal being recalled may contain meat from
sheep sold for breeding purposes and not intended to enter the food
chain immediately. Some of the sheep had been treated with a
veterinary drugs (including doramectin) to combat sheep scab that was
not given enough time to pass through the animalsÂ’ systems. Therefore,
this makes the products unsafe for human consumption under Article 14
of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002.

Concerns around doramectin relate to exposure that has caused sickness
and other effects in laboratory animals.

Welsh Country Foods Ltd has contacted all its customers and instructed
them to remove the affected products from sale. The affected batches
have been distributed to a number of premises, including Asda Stores
Ltd and Makro Self Service Wholesalers Ltd.

Asda Stores Limited and Makro Self Service Wholesalers Ltd have
withdrawn products from sale and displayed point of sale notices in
stores. The notices advise consumers of the reason for the recall and
the actions they should take if they have already purchased the
affected products. Copies of these notices are attached to this food
alert.
Actions to be taken by local authoritiesLocal Authorities with named
premises in their districts, based on information supplied to them by
the Agency, are requested to contact the companies and establish if
any of the products listed are still at the premises. If any of the
meat is reported to be on the premises, the company should return the
affected meat to the supplier. Inspectors should detain the meat, if
necessary using the Food Safety Act 1990 powers of detention, pending
further information being provided by the Agency. If the company has
distributed the listed consignment/s, full details of where the meat
has been distributed to should be obtained and the Agency informed.




Update on lamb recall
Tuesday 23 October 2007
http://www.food.gov.uk/news/newsarchive/2007/oct/lambrecall

Welsh Country Foods Ltd has recalled certain batches of lamb meat and
offal due to the possible presence of veterinary medicine residues.
The Agency has issued a Food Alert for Action.

The batches of lamb and offal being recalled may contain meat from
sheep sold for breeding purposes and were not intended to enter the
food chain immediately. Some of the sheep had been treated with
veterinary drugs (including Doramectin) to combat sheep scab that was
not given enough time to pass through the animals' systems.

Concerns around Doramectin relate to repeated exposure that has caused
sickness and other effects in laboratory animals.

Welsh Country Foods has contacted all its customers and instructed
them to remove the affected products from sale.

The affected batches have been distributed to Asda, and were recalled
last Friday when the Agency first issued information about this
incident, and Makro Self Service Wholesalers Ltd, which have withdrawn
products from sale and displayed point-of-sale notices in its stores.
The list of products that Asda is recalling is attached below in the
previous news story. The point-of-sale notices advise people of the
reason for the recall and what they should do if they have already
bought the affected products. They are also attached below.

The affected batches have also been distributed to a number of other
premises. Full product details are not available due to limited
traceability. Investigations are continuing. However, no premises in
Scotland have been identified to the Agency and no action is required
by Scottish authorities at the present time.



Dead Paul
2007-10-24 14:09:23 EST
On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 18:28:05 +0100, Gloria wrote:

<snip>

that's not all. Pork meat has salinomycin residue (a heart poison) while
beef and milk contains residues of ionophores (heart poisons also). All
these residues are of very real and great concern to the elderly and
anyone with a "weak" heart.

google "soil association + lasalocid" for the details. It's an oldish
report but if you examine the detail and read the very latest vmad vet
reports you must come to the conclusion that the problem still exists
and has just been swept under the carpet.

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J*@hushmail.com
2007-10-24 14:29:04 EST
On 24 Oct, 18:28, Gloria <letsstandup2bull...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Welsh Country Foods Ltd recalls certain batches of lamb meat and offal
> due to possible presence of veterinary medicine residues
> Tuesday 23 October 2007
>
> Food Alert: for Information
>
> Ref: 35/2007
>
> Welsh Country Foods Ltd has recalled certain batches of lamb meat and
> offal due to possible presence of veterinary medicine residues.
>
> The batches of lamb and offal being recalled may contain meat from
> sheep sold for breeding purposes and not intended to enter the food
> chain immediately. Some of the sheep had been treated with a
> veterinary drugs (including doramectin) to combat sheep scab that was
> not given enough time to pass through the animals' systems. Therefore,
> this makes the products unsafe for human consumption under Article 14
> of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002.
>
> Concerns around doramectin relate to exposure that has caused sickness
> and other effects in laboratory animals.
>
> Welsh Country Foods Ltd has contacted all its customers and instructed
> them to remove the affected products from sale. The affected batches
> have been distributed to a number of premises, including Asda Stores
> Ltd and Makro Self Service Wholesalers Ltd.
.

Only plebs shop at Asda or Makro.


Paddy Johnson
2007-10-24 18:58:41 EST

"Dead Paul" <dead_paul@no.reply> wrote in message
news:ffo1oh$poh$1@news.datemas.de...
> On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 18:28:05 +0100, Gloria wrote:
>
> <snip>
>
> that's not all. Pork meat has salinomycin residue (a heart poison) while
> beef and milk contains residues of ionophores (heart poisons also). All
> these residues are of very real and great concern to the elderly and
> anyone with a "weak" heart.
>
> google "soil association + lasalocid" for the details. It's an oldish
> report but if you examine the detail and read the very latest vmad vet
> reports you must come to the conclusion that the problem still exists
> and has just been swept under the carpet.
>

Don't stop there, a number of plants, potatoes, rhubarb etc produce toxins -
after all, they don't want to be eaten either.

P



Dead Paul
2007-10-25 04:54:43 EST
On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 23:58:41 +0100, Paddy Johnson wrote:

>
> "Dead Paul" <dead_paul@no.reply> wrote in message
> news:ffo1oh$poh$1@news.datemas.de...
>> On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 18:28:05 +0100, Gloria wrote:
>>
>> <snip>
>>
>> that's not all. Pork meat has salinomycin residue (a heart poison) while
>> beef and milk contains residues of ionophores (heart poisons also). All
>> these residues are of very real and great concern to the elderly and
>> anyone with a "weak" heart.
>>
>> google "soil association + lasalocid" for the details. It's an oldish
>> report but if you examine the detail and read the very latest vmad vet
>> reports you must come to the conclusion that the problem still exists
>> and has just been swept under the carpet.
>>
>
> Don't stop there, a number of plants, potatoes, rhubarb etc produce toxins -
> after all, they don't want to be eaten either.

you are describing what monsanto does (genetically modifying organisms
in order to produce toxins which have been shown to be very harmful to
humans)


>
> P

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Derek Moody
2007-10-25 12:16:45 EST
In article <ffplki$17l$1@news.datemas.de>, Dead Paul
<URL:mailto:dead_paul@no.reply> wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 23:58:41 +0100, Paddy Johnson wrote:

> > Don't stop there, a number of plants, potatoes, rhubarb etc produce toxins -
> > after all, they don't want to be eaten either.
>
> you are describing what monsanto does (genetically modifying organisms
> in order to produce toxins which have been shown to be very harmful to
> humans)

Virtually all plants produce toxins - some of which are the major flavour
components. Most plant breeding programmes, gm or otherwise, aim to
-reduce- them to palatable levels.

Cheerio,

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>> derek@farm-direct.co.uk
>> http://www.farm-direct.co.uk/

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