tielt/brussels - The controversial pig slaughterhouse reopens Thursday in Tielt, Belgium. The company must meet a series of conditions and ensure that it's over with animal cruelty. Yopman Thomas De Roover of Debra Group, where the abattoir is covered, says that you can. He's very relieved.
The Flemish Minister Ben Weyts (Animal) the slaughterhouse closed two weeks ago when it appeared in a movie of animal rights activists that place serious abuses. He had the action plan of the company so far not approved, but is subject to strict conditions ' '' agree to the reopening.
There is an extensive direct screening, with all procedures, plans and equipment are examined.
The slaughterhouse also supplies Dutch butchers, but how much and to whom is not clear.