Expired Chickens Confiscated in Bogor

INDONESIA - The Bogor administration confiscated 20 kilograms of expired chickens that were on sale at the Ramayana supermarket in Bogor on Thursday (17 July) afternoon.
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According to Jakarta Post, the administration’s industry and trade department head, Bambang Budhianto, said the chickens could have raised health concerns if consumed.

“We found the expired chicken in the refrigerator of the supermarket,” he said as quoted by tribunnews.com.

The department planned to burn the chickens immediately to avoid the spread of disease.

If consumed, the expired chicken may have caused food poisoning.

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