Mcdonald’s and Jollibee assure public their chickens are safe
Fast-food stalwarts Mcdonald’s and Jollibee are assuring the public that their chicken products are safe for consumption despite the first avian flu outbreak in Pampanga.
Jollibee Food Corporation (JFC) and Mcdonald’s Philippines issue statements Monday, August 14, saying their products were not affected by the avian influenza virus outbreak in San Luis town in Pampanga province.
JFC and its subsidiaries, Jollibee, MangInasal, Chowkin, Greenwhich, and Burger King Philippines said its poultry suppliers tested negative of the disease.
Mcdonald’s, on the other hand, said that their products were compliant with the international and local food safety standards.
San Miguel Purefoods, Max’s Group and Bounty Agro Ventures, which operates Chooks-to-Go and Uling Roasters, also said their products were free from bird flu.