People are only just realising the truth about how sliced ham is really made & it’s making them gag

People are realizing the truth about how sliced ​​ham is made and it’s so disgusting, they’ll never eat it again.

A video has appeared gave shoppers a peek inside a food factory where pink ‘mud’ was heated and sliced ​​into meat for lunch – and people couldn’t believe it was real.

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People don’t want to believe the truth about how to make sliced ​​hamCredit: Tiktok – @thatafricanchick2
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This discovery comes a few days after we discovered the horrifying truth about how prepackaged sandwiches are made using giant blocks of ham, a vacuum, and melted butter.

It makes people question what we actually put in our bodies and what foods are actually safe to eat.

But according to viewers, the truth about sliced ​​ham is even worse.

A woman named Tantie unearthed the disgusting clip, captioning her social media post: “I don’t want to believe this.”

The clip begins with a large pot that looks like strawberry ice cream.

A factory worker, wearing a protective suit and blue gloves, uses a small spatula to scrape blobs of mysterious material into a large yellow tub.

The masked man, also wearing a safety apron and bright white boots, used a nozzle machine to transfer Mr Whippy-like pink mud into each loaf-shaped tin.

He pounded each tin on the surface to smooth the mixture, then put it all in the oven.

After a while, he opens the door and reveals the cooked mystery mixture, which now looks like crispy bread.

The ‘loaves’ were then stacked on a slicer, which is when we finally discovered the horrifying truth.

The pink mixture is finely cut into slices of processed canned meat.

This isn’t the first time we’ve learned something new about our food.

Brits recently discovered the morbid reasoning behind the names of the Snickers bars, with one outraged reader commenting: “I think you just ruined everyone’s childhood.”

Seven million people watched in horror as the factories produced our sliced ​​ham, and it changed our minds about processed meat forever.

One outraged user said: “At this point, I can’t eat anything anymore.”

A second replied, “I’m giving up, I’m starving.”

A third commented: “What’s the surprise about Ghostbusters’ pink slime?”

The fourth exclaimed: “I think it was frosting, then ice cream, then bread, then this.”

Another viewer was shocked, she was ready for the apocalypse to hit.

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She shared: “When the trumpet blows and the clouds clear… because if the bliss doesn’t come soon, I’ll risk aliens.”

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Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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