Chicken leg fillets of a Polish producer contained salmonella. On 16th April 2015, the State Veterinary Administration carried out laboratory examination that proved presence of Salmonella enteritidis in packed, deep-frozen leg fillets boneless and skinless. Salmonellosis is a diarrheal disease of bacterial origin and older persons, ill persons and young children are the most endangered groups.
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Particular identification of the goods
|Name||Packed deep-frozen chicken leg fillets boneless and skinless, A quality class|
|Producer||PL 12030323 (identification marking)|
|Best before date||29. 3. 2016 (best before date)|
|Quatity||10 200 kg|