New, current warnings from the Chief Sanitary Inspector of October 12, 2021 against products that are harmful to health and life. The inspector inquired about their removal from the stores. The latest GIS warnings include dietary supplements and ice cream contaminated with harmful ethylene oxide. Also see other unsafe products being withdrawn from sale. Also view the inspection results and new warnings from the Chief Inspector Sanitary in our report. If you have purchased these products that are hazardous to health and life, please dispose of them by returning them to the store or throwing them in the trash. The list is updated regularly. In this article you will find malicious products that have been withdrawn from sale in the past months (10/12/2021).
head sanitary inspector, that is GIS regularly checks the products sold and notices various types of irregularities from time to time. As a result, he has already withdrawn many health-dangerous products that we could buy in our stores until now. In addition to foods that are harmful to health and life, GIS also recommends eliminating certain dietary supplements and even everyday products. In recent warnings, he said, among other things, ice and nutritional supplements, and drinks contaminated with ethylene oxide. Ethylene oxide is a banned substance for use in food in Europe. Ethylene oxide is classified as a Category 1B substance due to its carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic effects on reproduction. Check if you don’t have them at home. Get the latest GIS alerts, view expiration dates and remove harmful products. The list of discontinued products from recent months can be found in our gallery:
Latest GIS warnings for dangerous products. Here you will find specific lots that are no longer available.
Recommendations for consumers:
- Products must be discarded from the lots to which the notice relates. They cannot be eaten.
- Consult a doctor in case of food poisoning symptoms after eating harmful products.
Product messages and warnings are published periodically by GIS. They contain information about identified hazards and irregularities that can be hazardous to our health.
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According to data published by the Department of Epidemiology of the NIPH-NIH, in Poland, Salmonella spp. has been the most common cause of bacterial gastrointestinal infections for many years. The diseases caused by them usually appear as gastroenteritis, characterized by diarrhea, abdominal pain and vomiting. Infections usually occur through the ingestion of contaminated food. Eggs can be one of the sources of Salmonella spp. To prevent diseases caused by these pathogenic bacteria, several rules must be observed.
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Purchase of eggs
Make sure the eggshells are clean and undamaged.
Eggs should be stored in the refrigerator in their original packaging, in accordance with the best-before date stated on the packaging.
Preparation of dishes / dishes
- Foods containing raw eggs, such as cheesecake, tiramisu, mayonnaise, Dutch-type sauces, bullet-mogel, etc., should be avoided, especially by sensitive people (children, the sick, the elderly), as they have an increased risk of disease with bring along.
- When cooking eggs, remember that both the white and the yolk must be cut. Ideally, scrambled, fried eggs are also sliced.
- Hands that come into contact with raw eggs should be washed thoroughly with warm, soapy water.
- Dishes, equipment and surfaces that come into contact with raw eggs should be washed thoroughly with warm, soapy water.
- After breaking the eggs, the shells must be disposed of immediately with the household waste.
- After cooking, eggs and other dishes should be placed on surfaces or dishes that have not come into contact with raw eggs.
Do not use the same plates or cutlery that have come into contact with raw eggs. Boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, fried or fried eggs should be served immediately after preparation.
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