(NOTE: Bleach has been used for years to keep white meat looking white on chickens. Unfortunately only animal welfare and animal rights activists and those concerned with what they consume, have been the most knowledgeable and the most mocked for their factual documented findings. Maybe if more of the faux health specialist making money off people over the last few decades since the health craze really took off, payed more attention and cared more about heathy than making money, some of the laws dismantled and regulations removed would of been unable to happen. But up against a for-profit medical industry, there is too much money to be made to allow a few concerned citizens to get in their way. When will people learn to question everything regardless of the political background of the messenger?)
(NaturalNews) There is a reason why the conventional poultry industry in the U.S. has been fairly successful in recent years at lowering detected levels of salmonella in chicken. But it has nothing to do with factory birds being raised in cleaner and more humane living environments. To the contrary, a new investigative report by The Washington Post (WP) reveals that many chicken slaughterhouses are merely treating their filthy chickens with an ever-expanding volume and variety of toxic chemicals to mask the presence of more virulent salmonella strains from federal regulators.