Food giant Axfood AB has been forced to recall two tonnes of pork, following test samples showing salmonella bacteria present in the meat.
The Local reports the pork has been sold all over Sweden, but as of yet there have been no reports of anyone falling ill.
According to Axfood’s press manager Ingmar Kroon, the affected meat is pork imported mainly from Denmark, including chops, marinated loin and mince.
The products have been sold by supermarket chains Willys, Hemköp, Prisextraand Tempo.
“We’re recalling it from all over the country, but we don’t know how much has already been sold,” he said to the TT news agency, adding, “but only some of the meat has been infected. …
“It’s happened twice this summer that we’ve had infected meat from Denmark, and that might look bad, but Denmark isn’t bad at handling.
I definitely don’t want to point the blame at them.”
Source: Argentine Beef Packers S.A.
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