“Have it you Neighhhh”
Except for false advertising, what’s the problem? A horse is nothing but a cute and slightly smarter form of cow and most of us have no problems eating cow. (ducking)
What? are they afraid the processor isn’t using enough horse in their burgers?
From the taste of that Fish Sandwich the other day, they might want to take a look at their seafood retailer, too
I’ll bet they plan on making sure that the meat is up to the highest standards. Then they will start a new marketing campaign - “You can’t beat our meat!”
“Wi-i-i-i-i-i-l-l-l-bur! What are you doing with that chainsaw?”
Easier and cheaper test. Bite the hamburger. If it “neighs”, it is horse meat. If it “Moos” it is cow.
If it clucks, you got a chicken sandwich by mistake. Ask for a free hamburger.
As long as they don’t serve me long pig.
I wish they would just quit nagging me about eating horse meat.
Thank goodness I have not done Burger King in a long while.
Will they also DNA test to make sure they aren’t putting in rat droppings and bugs?
“Burger King told Businessweek that it dropped dealings with Silvercrest after learning that meat supplied by the distribution company contained horse meat. Burger King went on to say that product from Silvercrest was never sold in their stores.”
This makes absolutely no sense.
If BK dropped dealings with Silvercrest, then BK must have been dealing with them. Then BK claims they never sold any products from Silvercrest. So what was BK dealing with them for?
Somebody is not telling the truth, me thinks.
The above article unfairly and inaccurately leaves out that the meat was sold to BK by a rogue Polish sub-distributor and reached areas only in the UK, Ireland and Denmark.....and was not sold in any restaurants, either....in Europe or here. Plug key words into your search engine and read the facts.
The King's triple crown menu is a whoa-per of a deal.
Part of their new low-fat diet of course...isn't horse meat supposed to be lean?
So if they serve horse in the U.K. do they serve real hot 'dogs' in China? Instead of surf and turf you could have woof and hoof.
Just lead your burger to some water and see what happens!