EFET is sounding the alarm: the pathogenic microorganism Salmonella has been found in a semi-finished meat product, chicken roll with cheese, which is sold in supermarkets!
The Unified Food Supervision Agency EFET inspected a batch of food products with a freezing date of 03/10/2021 and an expiration date of 09/01/2022. In the samples submitted to the laboratory, the dangerous microorganism Salmonella was detected, in connection with which the batch of chicken rolls is withdrawn from the market. EFET also earnestly asks all those who have already purchased this semi-finished meat product not to eat it!
“Ε.Φ.Ε.Τ. and, in particular, the Regional Office of Central Macedonia, during audits under the program “Official control of microbiological criteria for food safety” from 2021, took a sample of a meat product with the following data: ΡΟΛΟ ΚΟΤΟΠΟΥΛΟ ΓΕΜΙΣΤΟ ΜΕ ΤΥΡΙ 1κιλ. ΚΤΨ., With a freeze date 03/10/2021 and an expiration date 09/01/2022, produced by the company “ΦΛΩΡΙΔΗΣ Α.Ε.Β.Ε.Κ.”
The Thessaloniki Food Testing and Research Laboratory has identified the PRESENCE of the pathogenic microorganism Salmonella spp. in the provided food sample. Ε.Φ.Ε.Τ. demanded the immediate recall of the entire batch of the above product, the relevant checks are already underway. We ask consumers who have bought the above product not to eat it. “