Tierschützer laufen gegen Wal-Bier sturm
Verfasst: Do 9. Jan 2014, 17:15
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Fyrst birt: 13.01.2014 18:08, Síðast uppfært: 13.01.2014 21:18
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“”West Health Authority has decided to ban the production of so-called whale beer for the production of whale meal does not meet the requirements of food law.
Brewery Anvil in Borgarfjördur began shortly before production of whale beer and planned to offer it for sale on the belt . The production is used approximately one kilogram of whale meal per feature, which is about 2000 liters. Whale licensed to sell whale meat , blubber and Renga edible . The rest of the animal , organs , bones and other gums is cooked at high temperatures. The result is a hand oil – and so the whale bones . Bone meal as whale meal is prohibited under the European Commission to use as feed for animals – fed for human consumption . This same meal bought Brewery Staupasteinn and intended use for human consumption.
“The result is that all the ingredients used for cooking should be according to food legislation and from authorized suppliers . Whale is not licensed for production of flour for food pursuits, therefore we must stop this off, ” says Helgi Helgason , Director Public Health West .
Dagbjartur Ingvar Arilíusson with Anvil says the meal was followed by chemical analysis and the Whale have also analyzed Brewery beer before he went to Monopoly . The beer has proven to be fine . ” If this is the result we must of course be bound by it, ” says Dagbjartur . Asked if they had not in Christiansted need to make sure whether it would be safe to use whale meal edible Dagbjartur replied : “It’s been consuming whale products on Yippee and then this comes out in the farm . We thought this to be a raw material that we could use these in our laws.”"
Der Braumeister dieser kleine Craft-Beer-Brauerei ist übrigends ein Deutscher... und ohne diesen Tamtam um "Isländer brauen Bier aus Walfleisch" hätte ich vermutlich nichts oder nur zufällig von dieser Drei-Personen-Brauerei erfahren.Hvalur þögull um hvalmjölið sem fór í bjór
Fyrst birt: 14.01.2014 13:01, Síðast uppfært: 14.01.2014 13:07Hvalur þögull um hvalmjölið sem fór í bjór
Fyrst birt: 14.01.2014 13:01, Síðast uppfært: 14.01.2014 13:07 “”
“”Whale hf . , Whose brewery anvil having a whale meal to flavor majority of beer , do not provide information on why a whale meal was delivered. West Health Authority banned beer production yesterday as whale meal may not be used for human consumption.
Sigurdur Örn Hansson, director of food safety at the Food told the newsroom yesterday that the whale had only licensed to sell whale meat , blubber and Renga consumption. Whale was not licensed to produce oil and whale meal for human consumption. West Health Authority banned since beer production . Brewery Staupasteinn used a few pounds of whale meal to flavor beer and got handed a certificate of analytical content . Owner anvil told the newsroom this morning that the guardians of whales have been realized using had a meal in the Brewery nina . If necessary pour the beer down to him a million damage.
When news agency sought clarification from Christian Loftsson owner whale , he refused to comment and hung up on a reporter .”"
Nur mal ganz speziell zu genau diesem Sachverhalt. Ich mach das ganz gerne für meine Gäste mit den Busfahrern: --> "Magst du Wale / Pferde?"gerneklein hat geschrieben:[...]Ich kann aber niemanden empfehlen sich mit diesem Thema mit "Islaendern" (wiederum: es gibt nicht "die Islaender") auseinanderzusetzen. Das ist im allgemeinen absolutes Tabu, insbesondere wenn man Auslaender/Tourist ist. [...]