Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Eggs from H5N1 affected farms went on sale in Poland

Even European countries have difficulties in protecting the food supply during an outbreak, as we've seen several times...

"40,000 eggs from the H5N1-infected farms in Zuromin have been discovered on sale in groceries of Warmia and Mazury, north-east Poland.
2,500 were sold on Sunday, whereas 5,000 were withdrawn from sale.
A list of the shops where the eggs were available has been posted on the website of Sanepid, State Sanitary Inspectorate.
Since yesterday Sanepid has also been monitoring the shops where H5N1-infected eggs may be available."


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