Here's a SOBERING report from "CBC Marketplace." This is important to read.

This CBC "Marketplace" show was downright scary. On imported foodstuffs - to state that it is "Made in Canada " - "51% has to be Canadian", but THAT 51% includes the "packaging and the running of the warehouse, etc., not just the contents of the packaged or canned foods."   

Have a taste for chicken tenders?  READ THIS!

WATCH WHAT YOU BUY - ESPECIALLY "HIGHLINER FISH" PRODUCTS!  ALL their fish come from China , even though the box says "Product of Canada"
 it is from China and "processed" in Canada where the coating is added and packaged!  The fish are raised in pens in China using chemicals that are banned here in Canada as cancer-causing, but legal in China .  This was exposed on CBC TV's  Marketplace.

This one will make you think before buying anything from China .


Well, are you enjoying seeing Chinese food popping up in your supermarket left and right?  Have you noticed you can't buy a single package of fish that isn't made in China (or Vietnam )?  Do you think your food from China is processed in a sanitary manner, and thus safe to eat?  Take a look at t his!!


THINK ABOUT IT. These undercover enclosed pictures speak a thousand words.  Avoid buying all processed food packaged in China ! Anything goes!  We just don't know what else is in those packages.  Unlike in the U.S. and CANADA ,
China does not have laws regulating food processing.

Basically , do not buy any processed food from China , also Hong Kong , too.  MANY companies are using a Hong Kong address to avoid this type of image reputation.

Early dawn, starts the day by riding around to collect dead chickens.

Asking around for dead chickens.

Total of 5 riders are hired by the boss to ride to farms to
buy dead chickens.

A dead chicken cost 1 RMB and would be s
old at 9 RMB after processing.

Storage for the dead chickens in the court yard.

Carcasses are thrown everywhere.

And on the floor....

Four employees start de-feathering the dead fowl
after soaking in boiling water from a rusty wok.

Enduring the pungent odour, but sometimes, it gets so terrible
that even the most experienced of the workers would vomit.

Workers rushing to get the chickens de-feathered.

A discarded bath tub being used to soak
the bare skin dead chickens....

the contaminated water would have
accelerated the decomposition process.

Wearing slippers walking among
the chickens before the coloring processing.

After the colour dye, it s creepy to
find that they are quite tenderized.

And now presenting the mouth-watering
Charcoal Roasted Chicken!


Send to as many people as possible.  Do NOT buy food originating in China (or Vietnam or Thailand or Hong Kong)! 

Take the time to read the labels and look for the COUNTRY of origin!