Biedronka announced that a batch of Moja Kurka eggs was withdrawn from sale. The reason is that salmonella bacteria are found on the surface of the shells.
The decision concerns the Moja Kurka 10L Cage Eggs, with the shelf life of September 17, 2021 and the batch number 170921 PSK98. The producer is Augustyniak Dariusz Specialist Farm, Zaparcin Egg Packing Plant PL30215904WE.
The eggs were produced for the company Jeronimo Martins Polska, which is the owner of the Biedronka chain.
Biedronka – a batch of eggs withdrawn from the market
The manufacturer asks people who purchased the product “to throw it away or return it to the nearest store where the product was purchased”. “All consumers who return the product together with the packaging (necessary to identify the expiry date of the product) will be reimbursed the cost of purchasing the product” – assured.
A warning in this matter was also published by the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate. “You should not eat the batch of eggs specified in this warning, especially raw, due to the potential health risk. It should also be remembered that bacteria present on the surface of the shells may be transferred to other surfaces as a result of contact with contaminated eggs” – indicated the representatives of GIS -at.
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