Cyprus Mail

Smoked sausage brand withdrawn due to salmonella risk

The health ministry on Wednesday called for the withdrawal of a specific brand of smoked sausages after the state’s health services found they contained bacteria that causes salmonella.

State laboratory tests found bacteria that cause salmonella infection in the product sold under the name Agroikia traditional sausages from Agros – smoked and marinated in wine with the lot number is L191210 which expires on December 20, 2020.

It is sold sealed in airtight plastic by the P&I delicatessen Ltd company.

The state’s health services informed the production company to immediately withdraw the specific lot number of the product from the Cypriot market.

Buyers who already purchased the sausages are asked not to consume them and return the packet to the shop where they were purchased.

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