Todd Southgate Actually in Australia there are clear standards for what goes into sausages, hotdogs, and hamburgers. And if they are prepackaged the ingredients are clearly listed on the packaging. My parents used to tell this anecdote from the time of their arrival in Australia. Before they left there was something of a scandal in London about butchers not putting enough meat in their sausages. On arriving in Melbourne, Australia there was a scandal about butchers putting too much meat in their sausages. Have things changed that much? Donal Kempton Here as well in Canada. For the most part. GMO is still not identified. But Non GMO clearly stated:) hello down under;) from way up North:)
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Amit Goela If the word “burger” stands alone it is clearly expected to be beef and nothing else. Yes you can have chicken burgers, perhaps even veggie burgers. But “burger” without qualifications is beef. Amit Goela Actually no. Misleading and deceptive practice, which is what you are supporting, is illegal in many jurisdictions including Australia and New Zealand. And I believe that is the case in Singapore too.
If you ever find yourself protesting a celebration of marginalized kids so they can be happy and who they are… you might want to reassess the course of your life.