The Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS) has published a warning regarding a batch of dumplings with pork meat, produced by Wiejski Młyn. The reason is the detection of the presence of Listeria monocytogenes bacteria, we read in the release. The manufacturer also decided to withdraw a batch of dumplings with cheese from the market.
GIS announced in a communication that as a result of the activities of the Veterinary Inspection, the presence of Listeria monocytogenes bacteria was found in a batch of dumplings with pork meat. “During the investigation, it was recognized that the product can be consumed without thermal treatment ensuring the elimination of the microbiological hazard” – we read.
Lots of dumplings withdrawn from the market
It is about the product “Dumplings with pork meat”, Wiejski Młyn or Swojscy, 500 g, batch number 079 and best before dates: 11/04/2023, 12/04/2023, 15/04/2023. The manufacturer is Wiejski Młyn Sp. z o. o. from Krasnik.
Representatives of the inspectorate reported that “consumption of food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes can lead to a disease called listeriosis.” “Do not consume the products indicated in the message. If you experience symptoms of illness after consuming the product covered by the message, please contact your doctor” – emphasized in the message.
GIS informed that on March 29, Wiejski Młyn. launched the procedure for recalling the above batch of dumplings with pork meat from the market. In addition, the manufacturer also decided to withdraw from the market cheese dumplings that were produced on the same day as the pork dumplings were produced.
Therefore, the withdrawal from the market also applies to: “Dumplings with cheese” with the production date of March 20, 2023, batch number 079 and best before date: April 15, 2023, April 17, 2023, April 18, 2023.
The Veterinary Inspection Authority supervises the investigation conducted by the production plant. In addition, the authorities of the Veterinary Inspection and the State Sanitary Inspection supervise the withdrawal process.
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