Poland Has Exported 2700 Kilograms of Suspicious Beef to European Countries
Poland has exported a total of 2,700 kilograms of suspicious beef to several European countries, which is currently withdrawing from the markets, Econ.bg reports.
At a briefing, the country's chief veterinarian doctor announced that some beef processing plants in Poland received 9500 kilograms of dubious beef, 2700 kilograms of which were exported to Sweden, Finland, France, Spain, and other European countries.
Polish television TVN24 publishes footage showing how sick cows are slaughtered in a slaughterhouse, and employees are packing food for eating, which was then exported for sale.
Police authorities have already begun an investigation into two companies related to the problem.
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