”Because it is likely that some of our kitchens has been serving the obesiktigade the flesh, we have gone out with the information to the relevant schools. But we do not currently provide the customers who suffered when their first want to inform their students,” writes the company in a comment to the DN.
Earlier in the week revealed a wallraffande Polish journalist how a slaughterhouse in Poland, circumventing rules in order to be able to slaughter and sell meat from sick cows. Among other things, stated to tumors and wounds have been cut away and the meat then falsely been labeled as veterinärbesiktigat.
the slaughterhouse has been traced to Sweden, of which the Nfa is estimated that less than 100 kilograms have been consumed. 14 kilograms have been served at a restaurant in Uppsala and the remaining amount was part of a larger batch of meat 1,100 kilo, which were purchased by six different apartment in Stockholm.
Five of these six kitchen belongs to one and the same company, which delivers school meals to 80 schools and kindergartens in the Stockholm area, from a total of eight different kitchen. It is thus not possible to say with certainty that the meat has been served on a particular school, but a number of these risks have been affected.
they do not see any reason to blame any of the companies that bought the meat, then the errors occurred in Poland. Skolmatsföretaget also underlines that they are not able to see any flaws in its procedures or in its management.
”however, We regret the incident and any concerns that köttlarmet caused with our customers”, they write.
and with that the meat is not inspected, it is considered under the law as ”uncertain”, but does not necessarily mean that it is dangerous to eat it.
"We have not received any indications that someone become ill, but it is uncertain meat should not be out of the market," says Aaron Lindén, statsinspektör on the Nfa.
have emerged with skolmatsföretaget, they should still sit down with their suppliers and the relevant authorities to do a review of the current regulatory frameworks in the coming week.
”We look very seriously at what has happened and of course take strong distance from this management in the Polish slaughterhouse”, they write to DN.