Dangerous bacteria found in fish egg salad

December 29, 2006 16:25


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The Health Ministry has asked the public not to eat ikra (fish egg) salad produced on a specific date in 250 gram and 500 gram packages by Ma'adanei Shalva Ve'Danny at 5 Rehov Habossem in Ashdod. The product was found by district health inspectors on Thursday to have high levels of Listeria bacteria. Those who have the salad with a production date of 13/12/06 and last date of use given as 13/2/07 should return it to the store. Listeria can cause disease in humans, especially those with weak immune systems such as the elderly, children, pregnant women and chronic disease patients.

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