Representatives from the poultry meat sector in Poland have responded to reports in the United Kingdom about the risk of Salmonella in products.

Broadcaster ITV and The Bureau of Investigative Journalism said UK food safety chiefs were considering banning some poultry products from Poland because of Salmonella.

The National Poultry Council

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Fruit and vegetables were the top product category discussed by European countries about fraud suspicions in January.

Data comes from the first of monthly reports on potential, but not confirmed, fraud published by the European Commission.

The report includes non-compliances with fraud suspicions of a cross-border nature shared between members

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The European Commission has changed the level of inspections on various imported products, including decreases related to ethylene oxide and increases due to pesticide residues.

The revised legislation sets the rate of official controls and special conditions for food and feed of non-animal origin imported into Europe. Rules are modified every

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Nestlé has recalled infant formula in several countries because of the potential presence of Cronobacter sakazakii.

The affected product is EXPERT PRO HA 1, which has different batch numbers depending on the country it was marketed.

Infant formula from Germany was sent to Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece

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