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Barn L eggs withdrawn from the market. Salmonella on egg shells – GIS warning

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The Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS) has issued a warning regarding the presence of Salmonella Enteritidis bacilli on the surface of the shells of two batches of table eggs. The producer is Ferma PIWODA Jacek Zygmunt.

Consumption of the product without proper heat treatment or possible transfer of bacteria from eggs to other surfaces may lead to human infection and salmonellosis.

Salmonella on egg shells – GIS warning

The GIS warning applies to the product: “L-barn eggs” with the consumption date of June 18, 2023 and June 23, 2023 and the code on the shells 2PL18041334.

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The producer is Farm PIWODA Jacek Zygmunt ul. Piwoda 202 37-522 Wiązownica.

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GIS reported that the producer had taken steps to inform recipients about the need to withdraw the batch of eggs.

“Do not eat the batches of eggs specified in this warning, especially raw, due to potential health risks. Also, be aware that bacteria present on the surface of the shells may be transferred to other surfaces as a result of contact with contaminated eggs” – added GiS.

According to data published by the Epidemiology Department of the National Institute of Hygiene in Poland, Salmonella bacilli have been the most common cause of bacterial gastrointestinal infections for many years. Illnesses caused by them usually present as gastroenteritis, characterized by diarrhoea, abdominal pain and vomiting. Infections are most commonly transmitted through the alimentary canal, after eating contaminated food.

On the website of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate, warnings regarding food or products intended to come into contact with food are regularly published. These announcements – as the GIS emphasizes – are not used to stigmatize entrepreneurs, but to take immediate action: return products to the store or withdraw them from the assortment. Thanks to cooperation with companies from the food industry, consumers can be quickly and effectively informed about the threat.

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