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Danish delicatessen company has also sold to Germany
Contaminated sausage in Schleswig-Holstein? As the Kiel Ministry of Agriculture currently announces, the Danish company "Jørn A. Rullepølser A / S" apparently also supplied a shop on the German-Danish border with their goods. The delicatessen had been selling sausage contaminated with listeria, which had resulted in twelve deaths in Denmark in the past few months.
So far it is still unclear whether there were contaminated products. The Danish delicatessen company "Jørn A. Rullepølser A / S" apparently also sent its goods to a so-called "border shop" in the district of Schleswig-Flensburg, which specializes in Danish goods, directly at the German-Danish Border, sold. This was announced yesterday by the Ministry of Energy Transition, Agriculture, Environment and Rural Areas in Schleswig-Holstein. Accordingly, it is not yet clear whether the delivery also contained contaminated products. As it became known earlier in the week, the company had sold sausage contaminated with listeria in Denmark - after which twelve people had died of a bacterial infection within 30 days.
Operation in Harrislee was supplied with four products at the end of May As the Ministry further reports, four of the company's products ("Kogt skinke i skiver", "Hamburgerryg i skiver", "Sdj. Spegepølse i skiver" and "Kogt rullepølse i skiver") delivered to the operation in Harrislee on May 23, 2014 and completely sold between May 24, 2014 and June 21, 2014. The expiration date for three products was June 19 and one for July 6. As a precaution, consumers who still have corresponding products at home should not consume them - instead, destroy them or return them to the business concerned. People who have already eaten meat products from Denmark and who have flu-like symptoms such as fever, chills or body aches or diarrhea and severe abdominal pain should also contact their doctor on the recommendation of the Ministry of Health. This is the only way to quickly clarify whether there is a listeriosis infection and which treatment is the right one in each case. (No)
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