This should stop you from eating in Dominican Republic
What actually consume Dominicans? A national study which was seen exclusively on Z101digital, responds in part to that question. And is that the final report of this study gives accounts that an appreciable amount of slaughterhouses and dairies operating in violation of sanitary controls, fiscal and environmental.
The study was conducted earlier this year by a public-private institution and reflects the lack of safety controls that work in these businesses without the respective councils of the jurisdictions where they work, say or do anything to regulate them or close them.
In the images that repoducimos with this note you can see the poor conditions in which they work in these places from where products served at tables of hundreds of thousands of homes. Similarly, it is clear that the raw material of slaughterhouses and dairies (animals) are not fit for human consumption.
Among the institutions and agencies called to ensure that you meet all the necessary checks to ensure that these products are in proper condition for consumption include: Public Health, Environment, Proconsumidor, Digenor, municipalities in these localities, among others.
It is expected that study be revealed in the coming days.
The salami and now slaughterhouses!!!
Recently, Proconsumidor released a study on the quality and safety of processed meats in the country, and the result was that 97 percent of the sample did not contain the required levels of protein or meat, while 15 percent were infected with fecal coliform or E. Coli, and a high concentration of sodium nitrite and nitrate (a chemical carcinogen) and MDM or mechanically deboned meat.
The revelation caused a stir and greatly affected the national meat industry to the point that the President has come out in defense of the sausages, calling Dominicans to eat salami or pepperoni, while the Ministry of Health played down the study and Proconsumidor practice ordered a new one, what Proconsumidor accepted, but the condition that it is used the same protocol as in research conducted that institution.
Source: Dominican Watchdog
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