European Teenage Consumers in a Globalized world
 European Teenage Consumers in a Globalized world 

Processed Meat in Sweden

 

Hotdogs with Thin Skin


ingredients: Swedish pork and beef (57%), water, potato flour

 

, pork fat, salt, connective tissue from pig, onions, spices,

 

yeast extract, spice extracts, glucose, sugar, flavor,

 

antioxidants E326: e300: E330, preservative E261: e250,

 

smoke flavoring. fat 21%

 

Glucose (druvsocker):

 

antioxidants E326:

 

e300: Ascorbic acid

 

E330: Mold (Black Mold)

 

preservative E261:

 

e250: Sodium nitrite (Salt)

 

smoke flavoring:

 

Salts: E250, E261

Anton, Matilda E, Emelie

 

 

Product Concerns and Information

 

 

The packaging is made of plastic and can only be used once, which is bad for the environment. If you go to a waste separation department. Other soft plastic packaging could be used so that it can be melted to make new plastic of it.

 

Scan is a Swedish company that process meat and they have 100% Swedish meat so it’s local production. Almost everything else than the meat comes from import. The packaging contains 960-gram sausage. Scans sausage with thin skin is declared. You could get a job at Scans meat factory if you have the right education and they are searching for someone to hire. Scan have not put out any official numbers of their employee's wages. Scan are using some natural resources: pork and beef meat, spices, water, potato flour, salt, connective tissue from pigs, onions, and sugar. Scan transports their meat by truck and ferry

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Manufacturing Process

 

 

 

It was not the same company that made this sausage, but we thought that the process would be rather equal.

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKHJ-4coqJo

 

It is interesting how sausages are made, they mix, meet, flavor, spices and other ingredients to get the perfect mix , to get the most tasty sausage. Many find it kind of nasty when they see how a sausage is made, but i had seen it before, so I was not so surprised. This video was not so rough, there is more videos out on the internet that are really nasty. The worst videos out there (in my opinion) is when they mistreat animals, but in this video they did not show how they treated the animals, but hopefully they were treated well. The process will differentiate a little between different from which country the sausage is made in, which company who makes it, what budget it has, but the basic is pretty equal between factory made sausage. I believe that most of the Swedish sausage companies treats the animals well, but i am not sure every company does it.

 

5th step:

Glucose (druvsocker):

antioxidants E326:

e300: Ascorbic acid

E330: Mold (Black Mold)

preservative E261:

e250: Sodium nitrite (Salt)

smoke flavoring:

Salts: E250, E261

 

 

 

 

 

By Anton Laine, Emelie Utterström, Matilda Edvinsson

 

 

 

 

 

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