Chicken

NETIZEN FELT ILL EATING NTUC MINCED CHICKEN WITH PLASTIC RESIDUE

A reader shared that he fell ill after cooking and consuming a packet of minced chicken from NTUC which contained pieces of plastic residue on the chicken. This incident happened in November 2016. According to the reader, she had bought the chicken from a NTUC Fairprice supermarket. Although the minced chicken appeared to be normal on inspection, bits and pieces of plastic residue stuck to the chicken upon removal of the plastic layer.

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EXPERTS TEST MEAT IN SUBWAY OVERSEAS, FOUND ONLY 50% CHICKEN DNA

Chicken sandwiches from Canadian branches of global fast food giant Subway have been found to contain just a little over 50% chicken meat, says the Trent University Wildlife Forensic DNA Laboratory. The lab had tested chicken from several food chains, including McDonald's, Wendy's, A&W, Tim Hortons and Subway.

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DEAR AVA STOP TALKING COCK & CULL PESKY PIGEONS AT HAWKER CENTERS INSTEAD

This is pure talking cock and bullshit u-turn by the AVA. From the sequence of events, it is obvious they retrospectively found a scientific excuse to justify their actions. If you acted on noise complaints, admit it and act differently next time. Now AVA attempts to cover up with a cock and bull story about stopping bird flu, it makes AVA look like liars and real lousy ones. AVA thinks Singaporeans are stupid and cannot see through their pathetic attempt to cover backside?

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CULLING CHICKENS COZ THEY ARE NOISY MAY ENCOURAGE ANIMAL ABUSERS TO KILL ANIMALS MORE

I refer to your articles on the culling of the free-roaming chickens at Sin Ming Avenue and the one where a cat was found dead and hanging on a tree and foul play was suspected.

I feel that the AVA's decision is to cull the chickens just because of noise complains would encourage people to think that is it okay to kill a living thing just because well, it's noisy.

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AVA KILLED WILD CHICKENS AFTER RESIDENTS COMPLAIN OF NOISE MADE

Some Sin Ming residents had complaint to the authorities that the chicken running wild in their estate have been making far too much noise. These chickens had been roaming freely around Thomson View and Blocks 452 to 454 Sin Ming Avenue for years, but after receiving complaints about the noise that they made, the AVA have put down the chickens.

It's funny how many Singaporeans complain that Singapore has modernised too fast, and that we have abandoned our Kampung spirit in the pursuit of urban living. But at the first sign of kampung living taking shape in the form of the chickens, residents complain that they make too much noise, and authorities have had to put the chickens down.

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NTUC PLACED CHICKEN WITH ONLY PART OF HALAL WORD ON PRICE TAG, NO MUIS HALAL LOGO

I went to the Halal section for chicken, intending to buy some chicken drumsticks.

Imagine my surprise when on one of the chicken sold, there was no Halal logo sticker from MUIS. Instead, there is just a printed halal on the price tag. Even then, the words did not completely spell halal. Instead, it was (hal. So is this chicken meat halal or not? If not, understand it might be a mistake from your staff placing it there. But why then is there part of the word Halal on the price tag?

There's a huge difference between printing the word halal and having the logo which is accredited by MUIS.

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MINCED PORK PLACED WITH HALAL CHICKEN AT TAMPINES GIANT: LAZY OR SABOTAGE?

A shopper at Tampines Giant alerted fellow netizens to a case of minced pork being placed together with halal minced chicken on the shelves. According to another who responded, they said occasionally you will see something like this and he believe someone is trying to discredit Giant or someone who have attitude problems with Muslims. Giant management had many times put up notices reminding customers against doing these but it always happened again.

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BACTERIA IN UNDERCOOKED CHICKEN COULD BE A LEADING CAUSE OF FOOD POISONING

Chicken campylobacter, a bacteria found in improperly cooked chicken, has affected 280,000 people in the UK and killed 100 people yearly. It is Britain's leading cause of food poisoning. The bacteria was present in 3 out of 4 chickens sold in supermarkets. This bacteria causes food poisoning, severe diarrhea, stomach pain and vomiting. It is especially harmful to babies and people with weakened immune systems.

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