While millionerne is passed into the pengetanken of the top Norwegian Heje-family, which owns Graasten Salads in southern Jutland, Danish consumers have been provided with the decayed products in the long term.
Alone since June last year, Danish authorities six times, and conducted nationwide withdrawals of gigantic quantities very friendly. mayonnaise, remoulade sauce and dressing produced on the worn factory.
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.
Here are the products become contaminated with bacteria, which has caused them to become mouldy.
Only the lucky consumers on account of gas development in a timely manner discovered the problems associated with plastic bottles have been stretched.
Others have first discovered that something was wrong, when they have squeezed the horrid rottenness in addition to open-faced sandwiches, hot dogs and so on.
Eight months after the withdrawals began last summer, had Graasten Salads either got a grip on the production or on the strict rules that apply to withdrawals of inedible and dangerous foods.
In the beginning of February of this year got the factory of the Fødevarekontrollen a fine of 80,000 crowns to procrastinate to inform the danes that a further batch of mayonnaise could be musty.
at the same time - the whole eight months after the withdrawals began - revealed fødevarekontrollen a large number of unsanitary conditions, which could be the source of mildew in the mayonnaise and other dressings.
First, at the time undertook the management of a comprehensive program to prevent recurrence.
But later in the same month discovered a pied piper shit from mice or rats in the ceiling of the laboratory. And at the end of march in the year of sanctioned Fødevarekontrollen, once again, that there was still a large number of pollution sources at the plant.
recent years have Stryhn's, as in Denmark, the owner Graasten Salads, shoveled giant millions of dollars in to the mayonnaise-milliardærerne in the Heje family in Oslo.
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.
Fødevareekspert Orla Zinck has really noticed the many Danish withdrawals.
- Graasten looks like just a levnedsmiddelproducent who does not have control over its hygiene and only care about profits – that is to say the bottom line. It is as stupid as can be, he says.
He explains that it takes a long time to regain consumer confidence.
- Graasten Salads should have lost the trust - so it is very uphill - and there is a lot to get it back, he says.
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'Covered container with food stands with water and dirt, with the risk of contamination (pollution, ed.) of the product if the plastic is not intact, or when the plastic is removed,' writes the Danish veterinary and food administration.
Some places were the plastic is not actually intact.
'Tools that come in direct contact with food appeared with the rust,' writes the Danish veterinary and food administration.
'the ceiling panels over the production ends not close,' writes the Danish veterinary and food administration.
'Tool used to direct produktberøring were stored up gulvslange with the risk of contamination,' writes the Danish veterinary and food administration.
- It is of course not acceptable, says the Danish director of my own time. Photo: PR/Agra
Ekstra Bladet has asked Stryhns/Graastens Danish director Kristian Kornerup, if he in efforts to make money have failed to redevelop the factory - and thus risked madkvaliteten.
It, he rejects and sends a number of indices, which must prove that the maintenance costs at the plant have been constantly increasing in higher rate than the rate of inflation.
He promises that he takes the cases very seriously - and he protests that quality standards are high.
- of course It is not acceptable that some of our consumers, unfortunately, have experienced products that do not live up to the expected standard of quality.
He explains that the contamination of the products can also come from the air, and that the droppings from rodents alone was in a ceiling over a laboratory, and not in connection with the production.
He writes that he considers the problems with the defective products as resolved.
According to the criticism in march, apologize with him, and that the Danish veterinary and food administration because of yet another withdrawal came earlier than usual, so it was not yet in the goal to carry out a maintenance plan.
Kornerup stresses that the Danish veterinary and food administration the 23. april was again on a visit – without having to annotate something.
- Along with the plans that were submitted for future renovations, the factory has received an audit report without remarks, for which I am very happy with.
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