Salmonella found in chicken mincemeat made in Russia in Petropavlovsk shops

Date: 06:39, 05-06-2014.

Petropavlovsk. June 5. KazTAG - Salmonella has been found in the mincemeat made in Russiain the shops of Petropavlovsk, reports the department for protection of consumers' rights in  North Kazakhstan region.

"Hazardous chicken mincemeat was found by the specialists of the department during the test purchase. Consumption of this product may cause infection disease," said the press-service.

The frozen chicken mincemeat “Obyknovenniy” of the trade mark “Vasiliyevka" was made in Penza region of Russia.

 Its shelf life is 4 months which was supposed to expire in 2 weeks.

"The tests showed Solmonella bacteria of the C group," reads the message.

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