I'm a bit concerned about one aspect of it...
Last night they investigated the fish industry and instances of food poisoning from fish consumption. One woman had a terrible reaction and almost died. [But don't worry if you didn't see it, there is no big "scare" about sea-caught fish in general - at the mo'!]
But they showed a health inspector going around the auction hall in Grimsby, and condemning batches of seafood that he considered "unfit for human consumption".
It turns out, there was a skip load of condemned fish...and the worry is, they don't dispose of this fish in a safe manner, but re-use it and reprocess it into animal feed.
On one hand they are concerned about unfit food entering the "food chain"...and next they are encouraging it.
What's going on?
Does it concern any of you lot?
Appreciate your comments on this, the programme, and about the food industry in general. Take it where you want!