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Salmonella on egg shells. Lot withdrawn from Kaufland stores

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The Chief Sanitary Inspectorate informed on Friday that a batch of eggs was withdrawn from the sale of Kaufland stores due to the presence of Salmonella Enteritidis. Ingestion of these eggs can lead to nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

On the basis of tests carried out by the State Sanitary Inspection, the presence of Salmonella Enteritidis bacilli was found on the surface of the shells and in the contents of the eggs: K-Hence So Good! Eggs from free-range green-legged hens, class A, 10 pcs. Consumption of the product without proper heat treatment or possible transfer of bacteria from the eggs to other surfaces may lead to human infection and salmonellosis. The code on the egg shells is: 1PL 10081308. Manufacturer: packing plant Aktiw Sp. z o. o. Gostków ul. Główna 15 58-312 Stare Bogaczowice, veterinary identification number PL 02215903 EC Produced for: Kaufland Polska Markety Sp. z o. o. Sp.k. Aleja Armii Krajowej 47, 50-541 Wrocław.

The producer and the store recall the eggs

Zakład Aktiv Sp. z o. o., as part of company procedures, launched the procedure of withdrawing the product from the market. Kaufland, to ensure consumer protection, as part of preventive measures, withdrew the product from sale on July 5, 2023. Customers were notified of the recall through the company’s website, media publications and notices placed directly at points of sale.

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GIS warns against contact with eggs

Official food inspection bodies are conducting further investigations into this case. GIS emphasizes that the batch of eggs specified in this warning should not be eaten, especially raw, due to the potential health risk. It should also be remembered that bacteria present on the surface of the shells can be transferred to other surfaces as a result of contact with contaminated eggs.

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