A fruit and veg store on the Sunshine Coast has gone into the dead animal skin market…and the Council embraces this macabre mixture of pleasure and pain (see below).
With a zoo’s baby giraffe recently being shot thru the head with a bolt and skinned in front of kiddies and their parents in Denmark, it seems the coast isnt far behind encouraging ghoulish enterprises.
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Subject: CHT1400320R – FH12/0028 – Crunch Forest Glen Fruit Store – Animal Skins Sold in Store
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 05:25:48 +0000
Dear Jaylene Musgrave
In relation to your complaint regarding animal skins sold in the food store – Crunch at Forest Glen.
Please be advised Council has investigated this matter from a food hygiene view point. At the time of inspection no breaches of the current food legislation were observed in relation to display for sale of this skins.
The food in the shop is whole fruit/vegetables or covered/wrapped and have no contact with animal skins on display. The approved food preparation area is in a back area away from the display of skins.
You are also advised that Council has no jurisdiction in relation to sale of animal skins.
Thank you for your enquiry.
Celia Drake | Environmental Health Officer
Healthy Places Unit | Community Services
Sunshine Coast Council
Locked bag 72, Sunshine Coast Mail Centre QLD 4560
P (07) 5441 8612 | M 04007 10726 | F 07 5441 8338
Can you please see the below and advise why selling dead animal skins, including a zebra, is totally acceptable in a fruit store? Im being inundated with complaints from residents who find this absolutely disgusting and distasteful. If people wish to buy dead animals that have been tortured and murdered we would go to a slaughterhouse, not a corner fruit store.