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26 Are the Registered Notifications for Salmonella-Infected Chicken from Poland in Bugaria in 2020 Alone

05 август 2020 19:41, Станимир Петков (Клуб на инвалидите - Сливен)
Излъчване: Туида Нюз преди около 1 месец, брой четения: 83
Chicken meat

For the first six months of the year, 26 notifications of salmonella-infected chicken from Poland were registered. For comparison - a total of signals for food disorders in our country in the period from 2015 to 2019 are a total of 5. Almost every week the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency receives signals and destroys tens of tons of salmonella-infected chicken. This shows a reference in the system for rapid disclosure of food and feed.

The system has been operating in Bulgaria since 2014 and aims to quickly communicate information between individual EU member states about the presence of chemicals or other harmful ingredients in food.

This enables the control authorities in the individual countries to react quickly and stop goods with unauthorized substances from the market. For 2015 there is a signal for violations in the composition of bio tahini; for 2016 - not a single signal, and for 2017 and 2018 - only one signal per year, then for the first six months of this year were registered as many as 25 notifications for detected salmonella in chicken meat, and only originating in Poland.

Salmonella in Polish chicken in coming on the Bulgarian market in all forms - in frozen chicken legs, in mechanically deboned meat, in chicken livers, in chilled legs and chicken trifles, in chicken fillet, as well as in chicken quarters.

Salmonella is the biggest microbiological danger for food in our country. However, the BFSA reminds that with good heat treatment of meat it is not dangerous for Bulgarian consumers.

Although there are 26 notifications for salmonella-infected chicken, the importer of meat from Bulgaria is not the same. "The companies are different - both the importers in our country and the producers of Polish meat are also different, but there are also recurring companies for this whole period of time," said the Head of Department in the Food Control Directorate at the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency Dr. Kremena Stoeva. She emphasized that the Polish authorities had repeatedly assured us of our increased control. "They have also increased control in Poland over all farmers and all slaughterhouses. So they are also trying to overcome the problem that has arisen in their country," Kremena Stoeva stressed.

Where there is a notification from other countries, the BFSA is obliged to carry out the inspection within 24 hours, to make the appropriate follow-up to establish the quantity of affected food on our market, to stop it from sale, withdraw from market so that the consequences for the consumer are minimal.

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