Belgium – Slaughterhouse closed due to the presence of Salmonella Ohio

On October 15 this year the Federal Agency for Safety in the Food Chain (AFSCA) suspended the slaughter of pigs at a slaughterhouse in Liege due to a sharp increase in carcasses contaminated with Salmonella Ohio.
Tuesday 27 October 2009 (9 years 1 months 14 days ago)
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On October 15 this year the Federal Agency for Safety in the Food Chain (AFSCA) suspended the slaughter of pigs at a slaughterhouse in Liege due to a sharp increase in carcasses contaminated with Salmonella Ohio.

Slaughtering cannot be restarted in a normal manner until all the tests show that there no longer exists any risk.

(Original in German. Read Google translation here).

http://www.afsca.be/communiquesdepresse/_documents/2009-10-21_salmluik_fr.pdf

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