Leading retailers have sparked outrage from consumers after they admitted meat was being sold in supermarkets which originated from living animals.

A huge debate was sparked recently when it emerged that 185 Subway outlets in the UK and Ireland had decided to sell meat from animals which had actually been alive before they were killed without informing their customers.

Several restaurant chains, including KFC, Domino’s Pizza, Nando’s and Pizza Express also sell meat which was alive – including chicken which they admitted had originated from the bodies of live chickens – in some or all of their stores.

And in a shocking revelation, the Daily Mail can reveal that approximately 100 per cent of New Zealand lamb in supermarkets comes from baby sheep which had been killed in abattoirs in New Zealand.

Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer also have been forced to admit that tinned tuna on sale in their stores across the UK originated from living fish which were brutally taken from the sea, asphyxiated, their delicate bodies cut up into little pieces before being squeezed into tiny cans and sold to the public.

McDonalds however have claimed that none of the meat it uses in its burgers originates from anything even faintly resembling a living animal.


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