A picture showing trays of chicken skins being sold in a supermarket in Holy Spirit It went viral on the internet last week. In the photo, the product – which is traditionally donated or even discarded – is advertised for R$2.99 per kilo. The “show” angered netizens.
Many comments were posted on social media. In one, a profile mocks the marketing, saying “Brazil is taking off”. Another asks: “How far have we come?” (See more examples below).
What do people say
As shown in the photo, the tray had a label from a refrigerator in Espiritu Santo. However, for FolhaPress AgencyKarojy Alimentos stated that he “never sold chicken skins and that the label was improperly used in the processing of the product by Supermercado Faé, in Vila Velha”.
Report required Newspaper“Products have already been collected,” said an employee of the establishment located in the Pramaris district. Without introducing himself, he refused to answer other questions. “That’s it,” he said. Then the connection was lost.
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