In the various analyzes conducted by his lab, the federal prosecutor (Profeco) has considered changing the labeling and content of hamburger meat sold in supermarkets to find out if this is really the case MILLENNIUM's Profeco chief Ricardo Sheffield Padilla said the study, released in Consumer Magazine in October, does not deceive buyers.
"We are looking for, if it is said that it is one hundred percent beef, that it is really beef; If it says it's a chicken or turkey burger, it really is. also that it is correctly marked for consumer information. He's the one who's in the lab right now, "he said.
When asked if the next study to identify and verify the content would allow meat from stores like McDonald's or Burger King, she replied Prosecutor since then with No that analysis only refers to meat being sold for cooking in supermarkets.
"There are hamburgers with chicken, turkey, beef, beef and pork." And they state the percentages, it's that what we will verify is that they are the kind of meat they offer, and they will respect the percentages they offer if they do not respect them] Oils
Regarding the youngest As a result of his study on edible oils, Sheffield Padilla said that due to various violations, the brands that had the most inconsistencies in the lab are being taken off the market. [1
No sanctioning powers
Although it was estimated that Profeco could become a tax authority from 1 July and impose fines on those who violate or even violate the Federal Consumer Protection Act, this is not possible because the corresponding regulation they expect for October has not been approved.