April 12th 2010 ~ "the practice of undeclared pork and beef protein injection in poultry"

Muslim concern about the authenticity of meat labelled as halal, particularly in KFC products aimed at the Muslim community in Britain, has revealed that the practice of deliberately injecting hydrolysed pork and beef proteins into chicken, a practice discovered in 2001/2003 studies by the Food Standards Agency, is still continuing. Such chicken preparations are supplied mainly to catering facilities. The FSA advised consumers eating food from a restaurant or takeaway that they "should ask if the chicken contains hydrolysed animal proteins". Restaurants and catering establishments will have this information available to them as it will be on the ingredients list of the products they buy