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Australian Voters put Coles, Woolworths and Aldi to the test for best democracy sausage

Australia’s best Democrat sausage is revealed as voters put Coles, Woolworths and Aldi to the test

  • Grilled Cabbages, Woolworths and Aldi’s on the one with the best Democratic sausage
  • High marks were given to good meat-to-fat ratio, low marks to less Australian ingredients.
  • Winner Coles came out on top, leading the rest with more meat at the hurdle

Australian punters have put the big supermarket chains to the test by testing their Democrat sausage offerings to find which one is the best.

The drawbacks of Coles, Woolworths and Aldi were put to the test by consumer advocacy group Choice, and found there was a clear winner.

His report found that “the golden ratio for a perfect sausage is 80 percent meat to 20 percent fat,” noting that each grocery store uses different ratios.

Aldi earned nominations for cheapest product, but Coles sausage won top accolade for highest meat content

Aldi earned nominations for cheapest product, but Coles sausage won top accolade for highest meat content

Top marks were given for the balance of fat, meat and sodium content, and the amount of Australian ingredients present in each sausage product.

Coles took the top prize, specifically for their meat-to-fat ratio, with 77 percent of the product containing meat compared to fat content.

German giant Aldi trailed Coles in second place for having the cheapest drawback, but lost points for high fat content at 21.4 grams of fat per 100g.

Their packaging, which said their sausage contained ‘beef, lamb or chicken’, also prevented them from taking the top prize.

In last place, the Woolworths sausage had the lowest meat and sodium content, and the lowest percentage of Australian ingredients at 92%, compared to 97% for Coles sausage and 96% for Aldi.

The democracy sausage has been a stalwart for Australians heading to the polls, with more than 2,000 polling places offering them across the country this year, according to democraticsausage.org.

The meat-to-fat ratio was an important aspect that researchers evaluated to discover the best supermarket sausage

The meat-to-fat ratio was an important aspect that researchers evaluated to discover the best supermarket sausage

The website said the ACT offered the best chance for voters to gobble up an issue, with more than 84 percent of voters expected to have access to a sausage sizzle.

Tasmanian polling places provided the smallest opportunity, with nearly 30 per cent of voters having access to a sausage.

Food Safety Information Council President Cathy Moir says hot dog and pie sales are great for raising money for schools and community organizations, but noted care is needed to make sure they don’t become a spreader. of foodborne illnesses.

She says every slap and treat stand should have a supervisor to make sure everyone is following food safety rules.

A separate person should be designated to take orders and money so cooks can focus on handling food safely.

Running water and soap should be available wherever raw meat or poultry is handled, and going to the bathroom, touching your face or hair, blowing your nose, and leaving booths to shake hands with customers on Election Day they are all serious prohibitions. .

Never handle food for others if you’re not feeling well, and when transporting food, only travel a short distance and make sure it’s covered and fresh.

Cuts of meat should be kept below 5°C until it’s time to place them in the barbie, and a probe thermometer should be used to verify that sausages, hamburgers and poultry are cooked to at least 75°C. °C

“If you have a cake stand, don’t include riskier ingredients like fresh cream or raw or undercooked eggs,” Ms. Moir said.

“Make sure the cakes are covered to protect them from bugs and people sneezing on them.”

Fundraisers may also need to register with local councils.

The hurdle of democracy has been a popular item for Australians heading to the polls.

The hurdle of democracy has been a popular item for Australians heading to the polls.

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