Adulteration has always been a hot spot of social concern. In recent years, a series of meat adulteration incidents, such as the “horse meat scandal” in the European Union, Jinan fox meat passing off as donkey meat, Guangzhou pork passing off as beef and donkey meat fraud, have disrupted the market economic order and challenged the public’s perception of meat. The trust of product companies has also increased consumers’ concerns about the safety of meat products.
What is meat adulteration
Meat adulteration refers to the use of relatively cheap meat products such as chicken, duck and pork by unscrupulous merchants in order to reduce costs, and even the use of fox, mink and other animal meat products that have not been inspected and quarantined to pretend to be mutton, beef and other relatively high prices. the case of meat. The most common adulterated mutton products are mutton rolls and mutton skewers, which are directly adulterated with pork and duck slices, or the pork and duck meat are secondary processed with flavors, spices and pigments to make mutton rolls and mutton skewers with realistic color and fragrance. Adulterated beef products are usually made by adding pork or chicken to beef to make beef balls, adding beef flavors from pork to make beef jerky, beef bun fillings, hamburger beef patties and other products.
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