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India has the world's largest footprint in cold stores and estimates indicate that over the last few decades we have created 130 million cubic metres of refrigerated warehousing space. Quite important...
Everybody in India has seen the ubiquitous meat shops with carcasses of goats hanging in the open, the butcher cutting off pieces for customers, and flies swarming all over. I know a lot of people buy meat or chicken from these shops because it is generally cheaper and people think it is 'fresh'. However, usually, it isn't 'fresh' and most people in India are buying and cooking pathogen-infested, rotten meat.