posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 06:27 AM
I don't buy meat from Walmart / Asda, I don't trust it.
China doesn't have a great humanitarian tradition nor that of animal welfare. Remember the truck of live cats on the way to a restaurant story
recently, and if they eat dogs and horses, donkey and fox isn't far off. Also China has a tradition of eating bugs and all sorts due to difficult
times in their history.
But I guess if their buying something specifically labelled and it actually contains something else they might not like it. Also perhaps Walmart might
be upmarket there, as opposed to street vendors of live chickens etc. so the clientele might be more choosy and or foreigners with more exacting
Hearing things like this makes me consider being a vegetarian again. Currently we limit 'meat' to fish, chicken and occasionally venison and wild game
from specific upmarket ethical retailers. We also eat vegetarian food a lot.
edit on 11-1-2014 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason