“We know … in fact last week they were driving a private car 6 bags of clams’, denounced Clemente Bastos, the former main patron of the Redondela Fraternity. Alberto Chicote 2019. shellfish he means from PortugueseAlthough it is sold as a galician. “Imagine, there is a health problem,” he commented in the comments. do you want to eat? Specifically, 6 bags of 20 kg Japanese clams caught in the Tagus River in Lisbon.
Six years ago, he traveled to Portugal himself and witnessed the fishing process firsthand. “It’s down at Puente Nuevo, and there’s a little beach there, and 400 people are shelling. Load, load, and it goes.” no control,’ he recalled. “They were organized mafia They are not stupid either. They drive a car up front to see if there are controls. One lets himself be caught so that the other gets through to the other side,” he explained.
The price of this product entering Spain is much lower than the domestic price. “Not even halfway to us.” Chicot speculated on the path the shipment might follow within our borders. “The only thing I can think of is to go straight to legal processing plant And come up with new papers”, reflects the chef. “I’ve believed everything”, confirms Shellfish.
As far as shellfish are concerned, this is a serious offense, harmful to public health. “It can cause very serious problems. It can cause gastroenteritis for one person, but for another, when it sees something wrong, it jumps into action.”
“Food products must be strictly controlled because they are endangering people’s health,” says Clemente Bastos. “If someone buys it, they think it’s Galicia…”, the chef begins Said. “…The consequences will be borne by us.” The boss confirmed. “If one of our products, the Galician clam, causes poisoning, At the market level, it can get us into trouble“.
The message is about what laSexta re-released this Thursday as part of its 2019 program.