Burger King Admits Burgers Contain Horsemeat

Sep 5, 2015

 

 

In a piece of highly disturbing news, Burger King has now admitted after continuous denial that it has actually been selling UK customers both burgers and Whoppers that contain horsemeat. This admission comes just after The Guardian reports that Burger King reps offered a round of ‘absolute assurances’ to customers that it did not ever use horsemeat in its products.

A series of tests done on the burger products now reveal that Burger King has been issuing completely phony statements, with burgers made for the fast food chain from the Irish company Silvercrest containing measurable levels of horsemeat. It’s important to note this is the same company that processes meat for Tesco, Asda, and the Co-op. The managers at Silvercrest have been revealed to be utilizing non-approved ingredients within their burger assortment – even for ‘household brands’.

Burger King Admits to Horsemeat in Whoppers, Burgers

Burger King admitted just a few hours ago that the samples did in fact contain horse-meat:

“Four samples recently taken from the Silvercrest plant have shown the presence of very small trace levels of equine DNA… we have established that Silvercrest used a small percentage of beef imported from a non-approved supplier in Poland. This is a clear violation of our specifications, and we have terminated our relationship with them.”

It is not yet clear which of these top brands could be containing such concerning ingredients as horse meat and other ‘meat cut offs’. What is known is that tens of thousands of burgers from suppliers like Silvercrest and others in Germany have been shipped into Burger King alone to meet demand just in the UK. According to the Daily Mail report on the study results, the horsemeat contamination can be traced back to a full year, or at least since last May.

The investigation into this issue started after the Food Safety Authority of Ireland found that burgers out of Ireland contained horsemeat. The disturbing findings highlight yet another reason not to consumer fast food, which contains a host of problematic substances such as ingredients banned in other nations.

 

Source: http://www.conspiracyclub.co/2015/09/05/burger-king-horse-meat/

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20 Responses to “Burger King Admits Burgers Contain Horsemeat”

  1. ian says:

    neigh way.

  2. Nig says:

    1 Feb 2013 <— Burger King has admitted to having horse meat in some of its burgers

  3. Lanark says:

    The cheeseburgers had a hint of a little marsca-pony.

    • Jennifer says:

      Nice with horseradish and hot mustang.

      • ian says:

        I’m sure it would be. Vera Lynne used to sing about Whale meat, but a bit of horse would be just as nice with horseradish and Hot ever so hot mustang.

    • ian says:

      Your unbridled humour has saddled us all with equine satiation. I once encountered a chap who was into bestiality necrophilia and flagellation, but to be honest he was just flogging a dead horse.
      More money in flogging them to Burger king.

  4. kingel says:

    What else is in the burgers ?

    • dkblue says:

      did anyone ever prove the human meat in burgers scenario?
      anyone who eats that ‘food’ is a fool but you can lead a horse to water….

      • kingel says:

        I haven’t heard about human meat in burgers but, I have heard about……fetus flavouring……in Coke !

  5. Cobalt says:

    Anybody consuming ANY food/drink from take-away outlets needs their head testing (most likely literally even more so once they’ve consumed it):

    Chicken McNuggets:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fuL-E2hPlc

    BigMac’s that never seem to age:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2313276/Man-keeps-McDonalds-burger-14-years-looks-exactly-the-day-flipped-Utah.html

    McDonalds: The McEvil Empire:
    http://global-conspiracy.over-blog.com/article-mcdonalds-the-mcevil-empire-37378758.html

    …and you don’t want to know what’s in the milkshakes.

    Regards,
    – Cobalt

  6. RabbiT says:

    “Bit” disappointing. Prefer filly o’ fish!

    • Direct awareness of spiritual beings – past, present and future (Jeremy Naydler)

      ”I came across a strikingly thought-full and thought-provoking interview with a philosopher/ gardener called Jeremy Naydler – I was impressed by his quiet, slow-spoken honesty”

      ”From about 16 minutes there is a sequence of reflections on the change of consciousness since ancient (pre-Christian) times.

      For the ancients: it wasn’t a question of belief or superstition – they were living with a direct awareness of the world being full of these spiritual beings… an invisible reality was interpenetrating the visible reality…

      It makes you notice that today our consciousness is incredibly reduced, and we don’t realize the extent to which we have become ignorant of things which are incredibly important…

      The gods have had a terribly hard time! The one thing they want is for us to become aware of them again – or to at least acknowledge that there is something beyond what we perceive through the five senses or through all our amazing instruments and machines.”

      http://charltonteaching.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/direct-awareness-of-spiritual-beings.html
      https://youtu.be/PWhnDYyYDjk

  7. RabbiT says:

    Correction:

    “Bit” disappointing. Jews prefer filly o’ fish!

  8. charles drake says:

    is it any wonder the rabbi treats the goy like dung.
    what innocent adult human being with a brain cell would eat petro chemi cull.
    fries with 16 ingredients bread with yoga rubber mat material.
    horse do not make me laugh fast food is 13% human.
    eat yourselves drink your gmo corn syrup you suicidal lemmings.
    liverpool care pathway by burger

  9. Diana says:

    When I first came to live abroad horsemeat was something speciality buchers sold. I was horrified as I was used to seeing in poor areas of London, sold as dog food, but it was considered richer and better for you than ordinary beef.

    If you eat cow, I can’t see much difference in horsemeat. It is the deception that is unacceptable. Food sellers should be obliged to label their foods correctly, although after the recent article on ham and cheese pizzas that contain neither, it doesn’t seem to be the case.

    • Lynn says:

      If it had been bred for the food chain and regulated, then that is fine. It hasn’t it is full of steroids known as Bute,. Unfit for human consumption. They are literally killing us.

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