Haiti Health: FEAR of the 'Plastic Chicken' Meat, Sale of Imported Frozen Chicken Drops

There is fear growing among Haitian consumers of a 'PLASTIC chicken' out there and, because of that, many consumers are making the switch from imported boxed frozen chicken to the live Haitian chicken (poule pays / poule dur)... Do they have a good reason to be scared? Keep reading...
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News seems to travel faster in Haiti these days whether this news is real of fake.

So far there is no warning from the Haitian ministry of public health that such a product, a plastic chicken, actually exists on the Haitian chicken market but that's not enough to stop the scared consumers from thinking otherwise.

Is the 'plastic chicken' phenomenon real?

Read the article: The 'plastic chicken' that's only 51% meat in the health section of the Daily Mail and you will be shocked.

The article talks about a "low-quality chicken pumped full of chemicals, water and even pig skin" that ges

"About 40 per cent of the imported chicken sold by catering suppliers undergoes heavy processing."

"The meat that results is so rubbery and tasteless it is known in the trade as 'plastic chicken'."

Do Haitian consumers have the right to be scared?

What do you think?

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