Officials in the Czech Republic have revealed poultry meat from Ukraine and Brazil has tested positive for Salmonella.
The State Veterinary Administration (SVS) has carried out more than 20 inspections as part of a control campaign aimed at shipments of poultry meat and eggs from countries outside the European Union.
In total, 21 inspections, 18 on poultry meat and three on eggs, have been undertaken since early April. A total of 43 samples were taken and results are available for 29 of them.
Samples of poultry meat from Ukraine, Brazil and the United Kingdom have been tested so far. As have some eggs from Ukraine.
Salmonella was confirmed four times in poultry meat, one from Ukraine and three from Brazil.