Why do Chinese eateries top the NSW Food Authority name and shame register?

Gavin Buckett was recently interviewed by the Daily Telegraph about the high incidence of Chinese food restaurants in the NSW Food Authority name and shame register.

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NSW Food Authority Name And Shame Register

NSW Food Authority Name And Shame Register

4 Responses to “Why do Chinese eateries top the NSW Food Authority name and shame register?”

  1. 1 Perfect

    The real “truth” is worse! If you look at the “Name of convicted” you will find that they are often Asian names. For example many Bread kitchens are run by Vietnamese… perhaps something to do with the French influence in their country of birth. You should note that around Australia these Bread kitchens have been involved in some of the worst food poisoning outbreaks (including people dying) because of certain types of products they sell. After getting serious food poisoning from – you guessed it – a Chinese take-away, I wish the Victorian Government would introduce a similar “name-and-shame” register as we also have the right to know the truth!


    All we have to do is teach them our CULTURE they are great beautiful people but they do things completely different and you can not expect them to fit in unless they know our CULTURE.

    When I go to Asia I want to see Asian CULTURE when people come to Australia they should see our CULTURE not their culture.

    The sad thing is some of them can really cook!!

  3. 3 Daniel Agnellosi

    I agree with Peter that the Chinese in my opinion make amazing dishes.
    I have also noticed Chinese meals are very hard to replicate.
    Most Australian recipes for Chinese food are missing the tenderness of the meats so often. Especially Chicken and lamb dishes.
    I was told they marinade the meats in cornflour which I have tried myself but still I cant quite get it right.

  4. 4 Micaela Kolbo

    Useful info. Fortunate me I found your web site accidentally, and I am shocked why this coincidence didn’t took place earlier! I bookmarked it.

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