Tests carried out on a famous BBC Show show that ice from three large establishments in the United Kingdom

A test conducted on the BBC Watchdog program has found fecal bacteria on the ice of KFC and Burger King in the United Kingdom reports The Independent.

The test revealed that the bacteria were present in three of the samples from another chain, six from Burger King and seven from KFC. Of these samples, four Burger King and five KFC intakes were identified as “significant quantities”.

The government department setting water standards in the UK points out that, these bacteria, should not be at all present in the water used for human consumption.

Watchdog consulted with Tony Lewis, director of policy and education at the Institute of Environmental Health, on the findings. Lewis said, “It’s extremely worrying when we find the number of bacteria we’re finding here.” You have to look at what makes people with the ice transfer in the customers’ drinks. Are machines really being cleaned? ” Lewix asks himself.

The news comes only three weeks after it was discovered that some frozen coffee samples from Costa Coffee, Starbucks, and Caffè Nero also contained “varying levels of fecal bacteria.”

Costa was the worst still, with seven out of 10 samples “contaminated with bacteria found in the feces”. Starbucks and Caffe Nero also tested positive in three out of 10 samples.

In a statement provided by McDonald’s, Tom Humphrey , an independent professor of bacteriology and food safety, said when found in coffee lines: “It is pleasing that this bacteria, which is the most accurate and reliable indicator of fecal contamination, was not found On any ice shows at McDonald’s restaurants.

A KFC spokeswoman said the company was “shocked and extremely disappointed” by the findings, adding that the company has strict in-house hygiene procedures, including regular inspections of ice machines. “We immediately shut down ice machines in restaurants Affected to carry out a thorough cleaning and inspection, and we reinforce the importance of adhering to our strict procedures to all employees, “said the spokesman.