Salmonella Infected Meat Found in Stores in Plovdiv, Sofia
Chickens contaminated with Salmonella have been found in the grocery stores in Bulgaria's city of Plovdiv after an inspection by the Regional Directorate for Food Safety.
The contaminated meat was a part of a batch produced and imported from Poland, BGNES informs. The batch has been distributed in 17 cardboard boxes.
The EU Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed has already sent a notification for the infected batch which has been sold mainly in France.
Head of the Food Control directorate Dr. Nikolay Petkov claimed that besides Plovdiv, part of the contaminated batch is sold in Sofia, too. According to him, however, if cooked, the infected meat does not pose serious health risks.
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Laboratories and specialists can be supported with money.
But there is no money in the local economy..
The entire economy of the country is controlled by international entities and they do not pay their installment to the budget,
so money for basic needs of the population are not available.
That is how the salmonella came.