Tiger Brands refuses to take responsibility for listeriosis death

Tiger Brands refuses to take responsibility for any casualties caused by the world’s largest ever listeriosis outbreak, pending internal investigations.

Tiger Brands only came out with a response after the Health Department told it to recall its products.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed FarSightFirms analyst Rob Worthington-Smith.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

Their [annual] report barely mentions food safety.

Rob Worthington-Smith, FarSightFirms

The [annual] report is quite misleading [in terms of food health].

Rob Worthington-Smith, FarSightFirms

…If you don’t have a strong regulator… it’s easier to seek fast profits with shortcuts…

Rob Worthington-Smith, FarSightFirms

There’s a huge amount of virtue signalling… what you’re left with is often a little bit thin…

Rob Worthington-Smith, FarSightFirms

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