it Should be a juleand in their own feces? The question most will probably say no thank you to.
TV Midtvest has gained access to a number of control reports from the company Dan Duck A/S - reports, which among other things states that 'many animals for slaughter are contaminated with manure'.
the Fertilizer, it turns out, is the ducks ' own feces.
the Fda also writes in kontrolrapporterne, that there must 'be taken to prevent the spillage of digestive tract contents flow out by the removal of organs'.
The 17. december found the Fda stools at the two ducks as they re-laid the road, past the Dan the Duck A/S.
Director Hardy Eskildsen recognises opposite B. T., that back in september there was a problem, but it has been fixed up now.
He believes that the reason why there have been found the feces of two wild ducks in december is that the slaughterhouse has not yet reached to remove it.
"It is not wrong, that is seen gødningsrester (ed. feces) on the ducks, but it has subsequently been handled. We have since made the renewal and modernisation of our slaughterhouse, and replaced the equipment. There is no doubt that food safety is extremely important for our company," he says.
"A mistake is always a mistake for many. We go for zero defects, but there is always a risk, when you cut a duck up. Therefore, we always make sure subsequent control when the other leaves the slaughterhouse," says Hardy Eskildsen.
In the inspection report noted the Fda also, that less than half of the production staff washed their hands after having had a break.
"It is not true. I am sure, because we have washbasins, before people check in on the slaughter line again, he says.
He also says that employees have the possibility to wash hands on the two floors, and that the Fda only has kept an eye on one of the floors.
"We have made the test on the employees' hands both before and after the annotation, and they wash their hands, says the director of Dan the Duck A/S.
It is not the first time, the Fda criticises Dan Duck A/S. In 2015, it emerged that the ducks, which the company sold, was rotten.
Hardy Eskildsen dishes a criticism against the Danish veterinary and food administration. He is the first d. 20 dec. become familiar with the report:
"If there is talk about the dubious conditions, then we should probably also get the report immediately, rather than even asking for it, after the story has been in the media? So I understand consumer frustration," he says, and tells that he will eat another christmas eve.
"The same consumers can do with a good conscience," says the director.
B. T. is trying to get a comment from the Fda.Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 17:00