Category Archives: Salmonella in Chicken

RASFF Alerts -Salmonella – Polish Chicken Products -Black Pepper – Sesame Seeds – Crocodile – Roasted Hazelnuts – Deer Shoulder – Red Deer Trimmings – Mussels – Meatballs used to make Sandwiches – Tahini Halva with Pistachios

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Salmonella Typhimurium in chopped and roasted hazelnuts in France, Germany and Czech Republic

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Detection of Salmonella in 10g of marinated deer shoulder roast from Belgium in Belgium and Luxembourg

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Salmonella in frozen raw red deer trimmings in Finland and Estonia

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Salmonella in frozen crocodile steak from Zimbabwe in Lithuania, Poland, and Belgium

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S. Javiana, S. Rubislaw, S. Potsdam and S. Sandiego O:5- in black pepper from Brazil in Germany

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Salmonella sp. in fresh chicken quarters from Poland in the Czech Republic

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Salmonella spp. in sesame seeds from Nigeria in Poland

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Salmonella Typhimurium in mussels from Spain and Italy in Italy

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Salmonella in chilled meatballs used in sandwiches from the Netherlands in Belgium

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Salmonella spp. in prepared os from Syria in France, Germany, Ireland and Netherlands

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Salmonella spp.in meat preparation from Serbia in Croatia

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Salmonella Enteritidis in chilled chicken legs from Poland in the Czech Republic

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Salmonella Enteritidis in chicken meat from Poland in Poland and the Ukraine

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Salmonella Enteritidis in chicken neck skin from Poland in Poland, Romania, Hungary and the Czech Republic

RASFF Alerts – Salmonella – Polish Chicken Products – Black Pepper – Dried Mexican Pimento – Chicken Drumsticks – Chicken Inner Fillets – Rubbed Spearmint Leaves – Halva with Pistachios – Poultry Burger – Hare Meat

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Presence of Salmonella spp. in black pepper from Brazil in Poland

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Salmonella (presence /25g) in dried Mexican pimento from Mexico in Poland

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Salmonella enterica ser. Enteritidis in chilled chicken drumsticks from Bosnia and Herzegovina in Croatia

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S.enteritids in frozen chicken inner fillets from Slovakia in France

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Salmonella Enteritidis in chicken filets from Poland in Slovakia

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Salmonella enterica ser. Enteritidis in chilled poultry meat from Poland in Slovakia

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Salmonella (presence /25g) in frozen chicken from Poland in Romania

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Salmonella Enteritidis in chicken from Poland in Poland and Hungary

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Salmonella spp. in spearmint leaves rubbed from Egypt in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Poland and Ukraine

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Salmonella spp. in halva with pistachios from Turkey in the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland

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Presence of Salmonella in poultry burger from Greece in Germany

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Presence of E.Coli Stec and Salmonella Typhimurium in hare meat from Uruguay in Italy

New Zealand – Managing Salmonella Enteritidis in commercial chicken flocks

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Salmonella Enteritidis is a serious disease affecting people. Infection can occur from eating eggs and poultry meat. To help eliminate Salmonella Enteritidis, commercial chicken operators need to meet extra requirements from October 2021.

Commercial chicken operators must meet extra rules

From 6 October 2021, commercial chicken operators must comply with an emergency control scheme (ECS). The rules are to:

  • identify, monitor, and evaluate the risks around producing and selling chicken products
  • better manage the risks to public health from Salmonella Enteritidis (SE).

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) consulted with the poultry industry about the ECS.

How to comply with the SE Emergency Control Scheme Order [PDF, 1001 KB]

Animal Products Order: Emergency Control Scheme – Managing SE in Commercial Chicken Flocks [PDF, 609 KB]

The rules apply to all those in the chicken supply chain

Specific chicken products must be produced and sold under the ECS. The rules apply to all operators within the chicken supply chain, including:

  • breeders, hatcheries, and rearers
  • egg laying and broiler farms
  • processing sites of chicken meat and eggs.

RASFF Alerts – Salmonella – Polish Chicken Products – Black Pepper – Sesame Seeds – Mozzerella – Chicken Neck Skins- Chicken Breast

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Salmonella Enteritidis in samples of chicken neck skins from Poland in Poland, Romania, Netherlands and Czech Republic

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Salmonella Newport in samples of chicken neck skins from Poland in the Czech Republic

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Salmonella enterica ser. Cerro in organic sesame seeds from Ethiopia in Germany

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Salmonella Javiana in black pepper from Brazil in Germany

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Poultry meat – Salmonella enteritidis from Poland in Poland and France

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Salmonella Newport in samples of chicken neck skins from Poland in Poland, Germany, Italy and Lithuania

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Salmonella in Mozzarella Di Bufala from Italy in Belgium

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Salmonella Newport in chicken neck skins from Poland in Belgium, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland and Spain

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Salmonella in black pepper from Brazil in the Netherlands

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Salmonella in black pepper from Brazil in the Netherlands

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Salmonella Infantis in chilled chicken breast from the Ukraine in Hungary and Slovakia

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Salmonella in black pepper from Brazil in Spain

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Salmonella in Brazilian black pepper in the Netherlands

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Salmonella enteritidis in chicken neck skins from The Czech Republic in Slovakia

Iceland – Ali, Bónus, FK – Chicken – Salmonella

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Matvælastofnun warns against consuming one batch of chicken from Matfugl marked Ali, Bónus or FK due to suspicion of salmonella infection. The company has recalled the product from the market.

The recall only applies to the following batch:

  • Product name: Ali, Bónus, FK
  • Producer: Matfugl ehf, Völuteigi 2, 270 Mosfellsbær
  • Batch number: 011-21-34-5-29 (whole chicken, breast, puffins, chunks, marinated chicken breast),
  • Packing date: 29.09.2021 – 01.10.2021
  • Distribution: Bonus shops, ISK shops, Fjarðarkaup, Kassinn.

Consumers who have purchased chicken with this traceability number are asked to return it to the relevant store or directly to Matfugl ehf., Völuteigi 2, Mosfellsbær.

Czech Republic – Poultry liver dumplings – Salmonella

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Place of inspection:
Uhersky Brod ( Pod Valy 221, 68801 Uhersky Brod )
Company ID: 25532073
Food group: Meat and meat products Meat semi-finished products

Poultry liver dumplings
Category: Dangerous food
Unsatisfactory parameter:

Salmonella Infantis

The pathogenic bacterium Salmonella Infantis was detected in the semi-finished product . This bacterium can cause a condition called salmonellosis.

Expiration date: 7/29/2022
Producer: RACIOLA Uhersky Brod, sro
Country of origin:  Czechia
Date of sampling: 5. 8. 2021
Reference number: 21-000064-SVS-CZ
The sample was found by official inspection of the State Veterinary Administration.

Belgium – Tupelo Farm brand chicken sausages 1 kg (frozen) – Salmonella

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Recall of Aldi
Product: Tupelo Farm brand chicken sausages 1 kg (frozen).
Problem: Possible presence of Salmonella


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Denomination: Chicken sausages 1 kg – frozen
EAN code: 270 0883 6
Brand: Tupelo farm
Type of packaging: plastic bag
Expiration dates
: 01/20/2023 Batch code: 211458064
Points of sale: ALDI stores

NATURE OF THE PROBLEM
Possible presence of Salmonella in the above article.
ALDI has therefore decided, in consultation with the AFSCA, to withdraw this product from the market and to recall it to consumers.
Other ALDI products are not affected by this product recall.

DESCRIPTION OF THE RISK
Possible symptoms of salmonella poisoning are fever, abdominal cramps and diarrhea within 12 to 48 hours of consuming the contaminated food. The risk of infection is higher in the elderly, children, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems.
People who have consumed these products and who present this type of symptoms are invited to consult their doctor without delay, notifying him of this consumption.
ADVICE FOR CONSUMERS
Please do not consume these products and bring them back to the store.
The returned products will be reimbursed (also without sales receipt).
For any further information, you can contact ALDI via serviceclients@aldi.be .

Czech Republic – Chilled chicken breast fillet – From Poland – Salmonella

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Place of inspection:
Prostejov ( Vrbatky, 79813 Prostejov )
Company ID: 28624297
Food group: Meat and meat products Unpacked: meat, minced meat, meat preparations

Chilled chicken breast fillet
Category: Dangerous food
Unsatisfactory parameter:

Salmonella Newport

The presence of the pathogenic bacterium Salmonella Newport was detected in the chilled chicken breast fillet . This bacterium can cause a condition called salmonellosis.

Lots: 2067/21 / ZLC / 1
Expiration date: 8/23/2021
Packaging: unpacked
Importer: ZPD MARICA Sp. z oo, PL24034301 WE
Country of origin:  Poland
Date of sampling: 19. 8. 2021
Reference number: 21-000057-SVS-CZ
The sample was found by official inspection of the State Veterinary Administration.

Czech Republic – Chilled chicken legs from Poland – Salmonella

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Place of inspection:
Dolni Brezany ( Ke Dvoru 340, 25241 Dolni Brezany )
Company ID: 62420224
Unsatisfactory parameter:

Salmonella Bardo

The presence of the pathogenic bacterium Salmonella Bardo was detected in the chilled meat This bacterium can cause a condition called salmonellosis.

Expiration date: 7/26/2021
Distributor: Ubojnia Brojlex, Poland, PL02013901 WE
Country of origin:  Poland
Date of sampling: July 22, 2021
Reference number: 21-000063-SVS-CZ

RASFF Alert – Listeria monocytogenes – Campylobacter and Salmonella – Frozen Marinated Chicken Fillets – From Poland

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Listeria monocytogenes, Campylobacter and Salmonella in frozen marinated chicken fillets from Poland in France