8/01/2017

nothing added

Hubby noticed this message on the side of the KFC
container and we both had a good laugh.

No added hormones or steroids
 Like all chicken in New Zealand

12 comments:

Romance Book Haven said...

Aww...you made me crave KFC! I used to live in Auckland before but now on a small island so no KFC here!

Marja said...

lol that is hilarious

Pat Tillett said...

You never know what is true these days. I haven't had KFC in quite a while, but now I think I'm going to do so.

Gattina said...

It seems that everywhere it's the same ! for the moment we have an egg scandal, apparently they were in touch with an insecticide ! I start to believe if there is something too much they invent something so that people stop consuming it !

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Too bad the same isn't true in the US - at least we can find labels that tell us when there are no hormones added - it is scary what the US does to food.

aspiritofsimplicity said...

I used to love KFC. There was one down the street from me. Now, it gives me a terrible stomach ache so I never eat it.

diane b said...

But can we believe it?

Seraphinas Phantasie said...

That is neccessary.
Best, Synnöve

Erica Sta said...

Thank you for each comment on my Blog. It's always a pleasure to read your words...

...it's good to laugh about this message on the backside of the KFC! It's a great discussion here in Germany too. Nowaday we have Fipronil in our eggs. If it's interesting for you: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fipronil

Heidrun XO

Regine Karpel said...

Great.

Patio Postcards said...

That would be the same in Canada. Hormones & Steroids were banded from food years ago (thankfully)& I because we have so many chain restaurants from the US of A. they would have to source the products, especially the beef, chicken & pork from Canadian suppliers but we still get their ads that prompt no hormones, no steroids ...

FABBY'S LIVING said...


I know, I wish I knew here in South America, Ecuador... but hey, we buy farm grown eggs and chicken and are more expensive but that's ok.
Thank you for sharing, makes me think more.
Fabby