when beggars resell meat received during Eid

when beggars resell meat received during Eid
when beggars resell meat received during Eid

Alert on meat offered to beggars during Eid al-Adha. Beggars who obtain these meats sell them at very low prices, well below slaughterhouse prices, reports Aljarida24. This year, this phenomenon has grown due to lack of effective monitoring of meat distribution. Furthermore, aid does not reach those who are truly in need. As a result, charity turns into commercial goods, weakening the effectiveness of charitable efforts aimed at supporting the poorest.

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These meats that some of the inhabitants of Casablanca rush to buy are harmful to their health, these meats being exposed for hours to the sun’s rays. In an interview with the same media before Eid, Lotfi Zeghari, university professor specializing in nutrition and sports sciences, estimated that rising temperatures during Eid al-Adha could increase the risks of rapid deterioration of the meat and that the rotting of the meat and its change in color (green) indicates contamination of the meat by bacteria and parasites. It is therefore not recommended to consume this spoiled meat, which represents a danger to the health of consumers. Also, he advised against removing the rotten part and using the rest, because there is a risk linked to the spread of bacteria and toxins.

To read: Eid Al-Adha in Morocco: alert on green meats

Finally, the nutritionist recommended purchasing meat from reliable and approved sources that guarantee the application of safety and hygiene standards, recognized by the National Food Safety Office (ONSSA).

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