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BBC 1: SHOULD I WORRY ABOUT... TAKE AWAYS?

Thu 14 Jul, 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm 30mins

Richard Hammond eats takeaways at least twice a week. The average family will eat up to 10,000 of them over a lifetime. But what exactly is in our favourite curries, chow meins, burgers and kebabs?

ANOTHER DIRTY MEAT SCANDAL

Unfit bushmeat and illegally slaughtered meat still coming into the country and ending up in food outlets the risk of animal - and human - disease being caused by importation of illegally slaughtered bushmeat is a grave and increasing one. There is still a lack of a coordinated response to the problem from government, local authorities, police forces and the Food Standards Agency. Dr Yunes Teinaz, Advisor to the Director General, Administrator the London Central Mosque Trust & the Islamic Cultural Centre, supported a TV programme should I Worry About... Take ways? coming up on the BBC ONE, Thu 14 Jul, 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm 30mins; in the hope that resources will at last be poured into protecting the UK from the disease implications of the illegal Meat trade:

Another dirty meat scandal! This programme highlights the issue of unfit meat supply to takeaways and restaurants. An undercover reporter managed to sell fit meat as unfit to a kebab take away. Tons of illegally slaughtered meat and unfit food ends up in restaurants and takeaways without any public health controls checks or legal action against the perpetrators - who are making millions, tax free, at the expense of the health of the nation.

Courtesy Warmwell

See also:
Warmwell's Dirty Meat pages
BBC1 Listings - Thursday 14 July