A survey released two weeks ago in conjunction with National Butchers’ Week suggests that many British consumers think that pigs can fly.
National Butchers’ Week aims to help Brits learn more about the meat they eat. The poll surveyed 1000 adult meat-eaters on basic cuts of meat.
An alarming 17 percent thought that pork wings are an actual cut of meat.
Nearly twenty percent thought that tofu ribs and leg of liver were cuts of meat. As many as 23 percent thought that chicken chops or lamb drumsticks were something that you can buy from a butcher. And vegetarians beware: one in twenty did not think that haggis, faggots, game pie, or oxtail contained any meat.
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