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Hot Dogs - Legal requirement to mention MRM??

DarrylJohn Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Is it a legal requirement for these to have MRM labelled on the back? Its just Asdas own, dont have it! So i assume its not MRM? therefore, people who dont eat hot dogs, who dont like the idea of MRM, can then have this brand? Which is cheaper by around 4p, than the American hot dogs anyway... Just a question that ive never asked

MRM - Mechanically retrieved meat

MRM = Mechanically Recovered Meat

Yes, there is a legal requirement.
- moob
DarrylJohn Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
What:?
#2
mechanically retrieved meat
#3
Because all other hot dogs ARE MRM(that i no of). which is all the chicken carcas, put into a machine thing and out comes a puree type substance, and then put into hot dogs. you really think i would buy hot dogs, that include this? its disgusting.
#4
I thought it was MSM, mechanically seperated meat ?
#5
yuck feel sick now.
#6
either way, its not labelled. Watching Jamies thingy before, on CH4, it was called MRM, and american hotdogs have MRM labelled.
#7
starsparkle2311
I buy frankfurters,name begins with H i think, they come in a plastic pack, are they MRM?


Best of looking on the back of the label, it would say (Chicken 50% (MRM) or something along those lines
#8
there is no legal requirement to name MRM , MRM paste and flavouring is used i so much MORE than just hot dogs, alot of meat related pies and also sausages. what makes me laugh is if they didnt bring this to light no one would really care. people are so squeemish now its a joke...if its safe who cares? people cant even find food in poorer countries and here is us moaning...lol
#9
Wow, im glad i don't eat hot dogs.
#10
DarrylJohn
Because all other hot dogs ARE MRM(that i no of). which is all the chicken carcas, put into a machine thing and out comes a puree type substance, and then put into hot dogs. you really think i would buy hot dogs, that include this? its disgusting.


:? Chicken in hot dogs? Strange
#11
DarrylJohn
Because all other hot dogs ARE MRM(that i no of). which is all the chicken carcas, put into a machine thing and out comes a puree type substance, and then put into hot dogs. you really think i would buy hot dogs, that include this? its disgusting.


excellent the red indians are applauded for using every bit of the animal and so should we. well done to the hot dog makers.
#12
Yeah chicken is in hot dogs Druss.

Well, im 1 who likes to no what im eating, im sure others are the same.

Bones are for dogs - something im sure most people would agree with.
#13
ants97
excellent the red indians are applauded for using every bit of the animal and so should we. well done to the hot dog makers.


I dont believe they eat the bones do they?
#14
Why do u think Kentucky Fried Chicken is refered to more as KFC now?

The less u pay the more **** is in your food is prob a safe assumption.. the reason u shud worry about eatin this kinda **** is the risk of Bowl and other cancers.. among other things..

it's wrong what food manufacturers do, but theyre not breaking the law. Most smells that entice you to food are created in a lab and then added..

try reading something liek fast food nation, should open your eyes
#15
DarrylJohn
I dont believe they eat the bones do they?


not sure if they ate them but they do use every part of the animal and anyway nobody has ever died from eating a hotdog made from chicken carcass. good on them.

(waits for the leftie tree huggers to google hotdog deaths and post result from 1976)
#16
starsparkle2311
Can we spam this now?


yes
#17
Feel free, i feel my question was answered - which was the only reason i made the topic. No wonder u got 6,700+ posts commenting things such as that :)
#18
Government - Reduce Waste

+

Government - Don't use all the animal

=

Doesn't add up. Would you and did you eat it before you knew about MRM? If so stop complaining. It's edible food. There is a lot of stuff you wouldn't eat if you knew the specifics.

In blue smarties, and other natural blue food dyes, the blue colouring comes from insects.
#19
ants97
excellent the red indians are applauded for using every bit of the animal and so should we. well done to the hot dog makers.


excellent point - if true.
#20
[COLOR="Blue"]In blue smarties, and other natural blue food dyes, the blue colouring comes from insects.[/[/COLOR]

which insect? blue bottle or red ant?
#21
starsparkle2311
Can we spam this now?


Oooh spam now we're talking yum yum....is there beef or chicken in spam?:thinking:
#22
don't think i'll eat a hot dog again:shock:...or smarties
#23
I have more to do with my time that post countless messages on this particular site. Thanks for those that actually helped.
#24
[COLOR="Red"]The colorings come in two forms, cochineal extract or carmine. Both are derived from female cochineal beetles, which are raised in Peru, the Canary Islands, and elsewhere. They provide a pink, red, or purple color to foods ranging from ice cream and yogurt to fruit drinks and the aperitif Campari, as well as to pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. [/COLOR]
#25
hawkio
there is no legal requirement to name MRM , MRM paste and flavouring is used i so much MORE than just hot dogs, alot of meat related pies and also sausages. what makes me laugh is if they didnt bring this to light no one would really care. people are so squeemish now its a joke...if its safe who cares? people cant even find food in poorer countries and here is us moaning...lol


Sorry, but you're wrong.

(c) means mechanically recovered meat (MRM), which already needs to be declared separately in the ingredients list, cannot count towards the meat content for QUID purposes; and


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#26
starsparkle2311
yeh, get back to watching Jamie Oliver, lol:-D



[SIZE="5"]LOL!!!![/SIZE]
#27
Well, thanks for stating it is a legal requirement.(and overriding the clueless person who said it wasnt) assuming this, the Asda's own hotdogs dont have it in them. :-D
#28
DarrylJohn
Well, thanks for stating it is a legal requirement.(and overriding the clueless person who said it wasnt) assuming this, the Asda's own hotdogs dont have it in them. :-D


If it ain't declared, I doubt it's in them mate.:thumbsup:

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