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Q: how normal is it that poultry markets have closed down but eggs are still available?

Amidst the H7N9 how normal is it that poultry markets have closed down but eggs are still available??

10 years 41 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Shanghai

 
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They closed the live bird markets, but not the trade of poultry and eggs

 

The reason why the live bird markets are so dangerous is because the H7N9 can spread very fast to other birds in those kind of markets, and if they are taken back to the farms it will spread again to the livestock of those places. That is not a problem with the eggs.

 

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Because eggs don't sneeze, but chickens do?

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That why chicken feet are so good for you, I think they are imported. Every store has 20,000 chicken feet and 5 whole chickens with feet for sale.

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yes, Chicken feet are consider garbage in many parts of the world, thus exported to China, along with the pigs sphincters.

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TedDBayer:

I've eaten chicken asshole soup, at least that's what it looked like, I think it was arteries though.

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Traveler:

Where do all the chicken feet come from? Do they just cut the feet off the chickens that only lay eggs?

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TedDBayer:

Maybe , then they have to lay eggs all day.

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Scandinavian:

The feet come from several places http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/sole-food-could-chicken-feet-to-china-be-britains-next-big-export-8320705.html the same goes for pigs feet, cow stomach and other animal goodness 

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TedDBayer:

Then WHY is there no ''made in UK'' sticker? Its funny wen I buy Canadian souvenirs and they say ''made in China''

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It's the same logic that says the water in the sink is not drinkable, but you can rinse off your fruit it in and it will be "clean." 

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Actually it seems that maybe we have finally figured out which came first – the egg Smile

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