Czech veterinarians found 60 times more antibiotic than allowed by regulations in Polish meat. One of the commercial networks was ordered to withdraw almost 17.5 tons of minced pork from Poland. People who purchased the product should return it to the store.
Veterinary services warn against eating minced pork from a certain batch. The goods were delivered to the stores on October 3 by the Czech company Maso Uzenina Policzka. The use-by date was set for October 10.
According to veterinarians, the Czech company bought meat from Poland and, without waiting for the results of the tests of the collected samples, processed the pork and sent it to stores.
Problems of Polish food in the Czech Republic
In the summer, the veterinary services in the Czech Republic warned against Milka ice cream from Poland, which contained traces of carcinogenic ethylene oxide. In 2020, from the end of February to the end of March, emergency measures were in place due to the detection of salmonella in an approximately 700 kg shipment of beef from Poland.
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