Rancid poultry sold on as food.
Workers at a rundown Rundown
A summary of the amount and prices of a serial bond issue that is still available for purchase.
A list of available bonds in a municipal issue of serial bonds. factory polluted with pools of sewage butchered diseased chicken and turkey carcases to be sold as food to leading supermarkets and old people's homes, a court was told yesterday.
The condemned meat condemned meat
meat classified at inspection as unfit for human consumption.
condemned meat room
the room in an abattoir allocated to the temporary storage, prior to disposal, of condemned meat and offal. , waste from slaughterhouses across the UK, was unfit for human consumption and intended only for pet food or fertiliser, Nottingham Crown Court was told.
Workers at Denby Poultry in Denby, Derbyshire, turned the birds, some of which are likely to have carried deadly diseases, into breast fillets, goujons and mince for national food manufacturers and supermarket shelves.
Ben Nolan QC, prosecuting, said Denby Poultry Products Ltd had been a pet food processor but was at the centre of the nationwide fraud from 1995 to 2001.
During that time it put around one million pounds in weight of unfit chicken and turkey into the human food chain, earning the ringleaders around pounds 836,000.
Five men deny conspiracy to defraud To make a Misrepresentation of an existing material fact, knowing it to be false or making it recklessly without regard to whether it is true or false, intending for someone to rely on the misrepresentation and under circumstances in which such person does rely on it to his or .
Mr Nolan said: "The court was shown footage shot by police of skips filled with meat and a pool of raw sewage in the middle of the factory.
Mr Nolan said Denby Poultry bought waste for pounds 25 per tonne and sold it for pounds 1,500-plus per tonne.
The case continues.