Czech veterinary inspectors have traced the deliveries of Salmonella-infected Polish beef that were shipped to the Czech Republic in recent weeks, according to a spokesman for the Czech Veterinary Authority reported.
According to the Czech authorities, 700 kg of infected meat had reached stores, restaurants, school canteens and hospitals, of which, 110 kg of the meat had already been consumed, according to the inspections.
As a result of the discovery, Czech authorities were forced to intr...
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