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Mayo-mess continues: Gråsten Salads get new fine

the Other day, it was a year ago that consumers really started to feel the consequence of the fact that it is bad for hygiene in the town of Gråsten Salads in southern Jutland.

In June 2017 begin a very high number of danes to squeeze rotten remoulade, and mayonnaise in addition to open-faced sandwiches, hot dogs and so on.

It led to a number of nationwide withdrawals of gigantic quantities of inedible dressings are produced on the worn victorian factory.

But even if the consumers, Fødevarekontrollen supermarkets and have been disappointed in Gråsten Salads, which did not come track of hygiene.

the Night of Tuesday published the Danish veterinary and food administration an audit report, as despite the factory's promises to the contrary shows that there is still the disgusting at a mayonnaise factory.

It was an anonymous tip, which led Fødevarekontrollen to Gråsten, where there met the supervisor an ugly sight.

There could be dirt down in, for example, mayonnaise, bearnaisesovs and remoulade sauce and Italian salad.

There was mold on a wall, loftspladerne was in pieces, a machine for tomato paste was rusty, there was not proper opportunity to wash hands.

And how to continue Fødevarekontrollen to describe the poor hygiene that can be contributing to the products ferments.

Among the more absurd findings, was a power contact which, because of the risk of shock or contamination had pulled out a blue gummihandske over.

This contact was ’filled with the fluid in the one "finger". There was a small hole in the glove and by touch came dripping directly into the container with the food,’ writes Fødevarekontrollen, who wrote a fine of dkk 20,000.

Read the inspection report here.

It is not necessarily money that have prevented Gråsten Salads in to get to reorganise the factory.

at the same time that the Danish consumers have been provided with the decayed products in the long lanes is millionerne namely have fallen into pengetanken of the top Norwegian Heje-family, which owns Graasten Salads in southern Jutland.

the Family owns fødevarekoncernen Agra, as the owner Stryhn's and Graasten Salads. Agra writes on its website that the main mission is to make money.

Danish Graasten Salads is owned by the mayo-billionaires in the Norwegian Heje family. Here, the heads of father and son, both named Knut Heje. Photo: Agra/PR. the

Fødevareekspert Orla Zinck has really noticed the many Danish withdrawals.

- Graasten looks like just a levnedsmiddelproducent, who does not have control of his hygiene, and only care about profits – that is to say the bottom line. It is as stupid as it can be, he said a few months ago for Extra Magazine.

the Extra Leaf has several times asked Stryhns/Graastens Danish director Kristian Kornerup, if he in efforts to make money have failed to redevelop the factory - and thus risked madkvaliteten.

he has consistently rejected.

Then Tuesday trying Extra Leaf to make the Norwegian owners of Stryhn's and Gråsten Salads for the bl.a. to hear whether they have such high requirements earnings from Denmark, that it may be to the disadvantage of the basic food hygiene.

on Monday over dinner informs Agra, that both are on vacation to the 7. august.

Nor executive vice president Tore Haugsdal is to take.

Read more in this article from may 2018, how Kristian Kornerup answer questions about the incidents.

Stryhn's/Gråsten Salads have also posted this press release on its website.

the Graphics have been removed due to updates on the site.

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