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Johnny Rotten Disgusted With Anchor Butter

Posted by te2ataria on May 18, 2009

New Zealand Farmers Say ‘Up Yours’ to Rotten British Consumers!

New Zealand farmers say  Johnny Rotten’s campaign to sway customers from New Zealand’s Anchor butter doesn’t scare them. They say “half-arsed witless Poms” are  too addicted to New Zealand’s Anchor butter to eat anything else.

“Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten, is fronting a campaign to sway customers from New Zealand’s Anchor butter in favour of a local brand, Dairy Crest’s Country Life.” NZPA reported.

“Rotten is trying to set the record straight for the 39 percent of Britons who believe the New Zealand-made brand is British.”

Unsurprisingly, thanks to advertising parasites like saatchi and Saatchi, 37 percent of Brittons still consume the tainted New Zealand lamb.

New Zealand’s evil dairy giant Fonterra, the people directly responsible for the deaths of an unknown number of Chinese infants, and sickening of about 500,000 babies, which owns Anchor, was reported as saying it was “not concerned by the campaign.”

“It doesn’t matter whether it’s viewed as being British or New Zealand, I think the quality of the product is what counts most,” shareholders’ council chairman Blue Read said.

He said focusing on the homegrown issue was wrong, NZPA reported.

“You know we’ve proven time and time again that the air miles thing, or the export of product from New Zealand, is much less expensive than producing it in the UK,” Mr Read told Radio New Zealand.

“So I think [those mad British dogs are]  barking up the wrong tree quite frankly.”

Federated Farmers Dairy chairman Lachlan McKenzie was also reporetd as saing that the campaign was not a threat and that the taste of New Zealand’s butter spoke louder than the campaign, but refused to elaborate. [If we can beat those noviced in Rugby, we can beat them at anything.]

“Our butter from New Zealand, because of the higher fat content and how we feed out animals [and the way we treat them, look at our battery chickens, tortured pigs and tainted lamb,] does have more flavour, so some people will prefer the flavour of the Anchor brand than the UK brand.”

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Stay Healthy! Say NO to Fonterra Products!

Posted by te2ataria on February 21, 2009

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The bloody Government has known about the contamination since February 11, the bloody Food Safety Minister says

Another melamine scare involving Fonterra

February 21, 2009,
Source: http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/top-stories/5335459/melamine-scare-involving-fonterra/

There is another melamine contamination scare involving Fonterra milk products.

An iron supplement added to 12 fortified milk powder products has been found to be contaminated. It comes from a company in Germany.

Fonterra says it has stopped using the supplement, and is sourcing a replacement.

Food Safety Minister Kate Wilkinson says tests show no melamine above the regulatory safe levels has made its way into the food chain. She says by the time it makes its way into the final product it is so diluted down it falls below detectable levels, and there is no risk to the public.

Kate Wilkinson says the Government has known about the scare since February 11, but kept quiet while tests were being done to avoid panic. She says it was important to get all the tests done properly, and that the product was isolated to make sure it was not getting onto shop shelves. Copyright author or the news agency.

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