As a nation that has become reliant on importing goods from abroad, it’s not too far fetched to assume that foods imported from Africa may now indeed be contaminated with the Ebola virus which medical professionals have determined is spread through bodily fluid.
Tesco is Britain’s biggest supermarket with an estimated 25-34% of food products being imported from Africa and Ebola ridden African states such as Kenya and Sierra Leone. Unfortunately human fluid contamination to most of these products is unavoidable, indeed products have been tested and traces of saliva, blood and semen have often been found on them.
It’s entirely possible that workers at Tesco’s Sierra Leone food depository have become infected with the Ebola of whom have had direct contact with food being imported to the UK. The most immediate food products that are at risk of infection will be fresh fruit and vegetables imported from Africa which can be shipped here in a matter of weeks. Tinned foods from Africa will be ok given the long sell by date.
It’s too early to speculate on the possible estimate and degree of the infection but again recognizing that we as a nation import a lot of food products from africa and being that Tesco is our biggest food outlet it’s not unrealistic at all to assume that indeed Ebola is already in the UK, sitting and waiting to creep up on our people like a knife in the dark.
As a nation we import nearly 60% of all fresh fruit and vegetables from Africa – if you are a parent and care about the safety of your children and your immediate family then you will do the morally right thing and stop buying fresh fruit and vegetables from any supermarket but especially Tesco.
Instead, let us buy fresh and locally from the markets, let us grow our own produce in allotments and let us put the safety of our children first against the cruel, capitalistic greedy virtue of the judeo-owned supermarkets of today.
Not only is fruit and vegetables at risk from infection but so is meat imported from North Africa, again the finger can be pointed at Tesco as the biggest importer of these foods but meat will be the most easily infected product on offer at the supermarket.
This includes frozen foods which may now store and contain the Ebola virus in a frozen environment for weeks and months before exposure to British people.
You can find fresh meat, fresh vegetables and groceries at your local butchers, green grocers or indeed the marketplace where your safety and children’s safety will be sure to be put first.
Think logically with your head and protect your family from the Ebola virus before it’s too late!
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