In the UK, the FSA reports that Cranswick has closed a poultry site in Hull after the food group discovered salmonella in cooked chicken products, prompting a recall by many retailers. Tesco, Sainsbury, Marks, and Spencer, plus discounter Aldi, are among the chains that have withdrawn from selling products, including sandwiches, wraps, marinated chicken strips, and salads. Tesco’s One Stop convenience stores, Waitrose, The Co-op, and Amazon, were also named, along with coffee-shop chains Starbucks, Costa, and Caffé Nero. The group has launched an investigation with the Food Standards Agency (FSA). @ https://www.just-food.com/news/cranswick-foods-chicken-factory-closes-after-salmonella-contamination/
FSA reports that Cranswick chicken factory closes due to salmonella contamination
Cranswick chicken factory closes after salmonella contamination
Cranswick shares were down after the food group revealed it had identified salmonella in chicken products produced at a UK factory.