Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Sausages-from-German-Discount-Supermarkets-27MZIFJJZKBVM.htmlConceptually similarSausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUI1Completed★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUI2Completed★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUI3Completed★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUI7Completed★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUI8Completed★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUIACompleted★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUIBCompleted★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUI4Completed★★★★Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsGP0STQUI5Completed★★★★View AllGP0STQUI9Sausages from German Discount SupermarketsVarious types of sausages from German discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl. Thick sausages from Lidl's home brand Landjunker.In original language:Fleisch vom Deutschen Discount SupermarktDiverse Wurstprodukten von deutschen Discount Supermaerkten Aldi and Lidl. Grobe Bratwurst von Lidls Eigenmarke Landjunker.Locations:Europe-Germany-HamburgDate:1 Jun, 2017Credit:© Fred Dott / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Agriculture-Aldi-Animals-Factory Farming-Food for Life (campaign title)-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Meat-Meat and Dairy (campaign title)-PigsShoot:Antibiotics in Factory Farmed Meat in GermanyMeat bought from the German discount chains Lidl and Aldi are tested for antibiotics. By using black light, residue from antibiotics (tetracyclin) can be detected in the meat. The products originate from factory farmed pigs in Germany.