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ZIMBO recalls tainted meat products from ALDI stores

Hungarian meat company ZIMBO Perbál has recalled some sandwich meat delivered to ALDI stores in Hungary after finding it was tainted with the bacteria listeria, ZIMBO Perbál told MTI on Thursday.

ZIMBO recalled its “Szeletelt Turista felvágott” product, with a best-by date of July 8, 2010.

About 73kg of the meat was delivered to ALDI stores, ZIMBO quality control director Zsófia Marton said.

ZIMBO found the source of the contamination to be a packaging machine that was improperly cleaned following maintenance. ZIMBO has suspended the deliveries of the sandwich meat until a full review by food safety authorities has been completed, the company said. (MTI-Econews)