Ton of Russian poultry meat for Kazakhstan infected with Salmonella
In Astana a ton of chicken meat, in which salmonella was found, has been withdrawn from sale, the Committee on Consumer Protection Ministry of the National Economy of Kazakhstan reported.
A report indicates that in the Russian production of the manufacturer 'Belgrankorm' Ltd., IPC 'Yasnye Zori', Salmonella enterica was found, also a 5-fold excess of water was found, Interfax reports. "In respect to the said products, for conduction of sanitary-preventive measures information was sent to Rospotrebnadzor, for the purpose of the sanitary and epidemiological welfare of the population," the chairman of the Committee on Consumer Protection Ministry of Economy of Kazakhstan Aliakpar Matishev said, stressing that the Committee instructed the territorial units to conduct monitoring in respect of the said non-conforming products.
Similar actions are being carried out in the Aktobe and North-Kazakhstan regions in connection with salmonella enterica detection at the production site of 'Poultry Farm Novoezdotskaya' in the Belgorod region, the JSC 'Kursk Mriya' in the Kursk region and the JSC 'Uralbroiler' in the Chelyabinsk region.
The results will be reported after the completion of sanitation, the Committee on Consumer Protection Ministry of the National Economy of Kazakhstan said in a statement.