In found horse meat sausage and antibiotics

In found horse meat sausage and antibiotics

Roskoshestvo conducted a study cooked-smoked sausage “Servelat” 28 brands and found in some samples of the violation. This is stated in the press release received by the editors”.ru”.

“Sausage is not the name of sausage, and a specific pattern on her slice. The product may be cooked and smoked, and smoked. Because in retail prevails cooked smoked sausage, it was chosen for investigation,” — said in Roccacasale. Experts tested 16 samples made according to GOST, the 12 — technical specifications.

In goods five brands — “starodvorskie kolbasy”, “Cherkizovsky”, “Dmitrogorsky”, “Yola agricultural holding”, “Velikoluksky Myasokombinat”, found high concentrations of antibiotics that exceed the norms of technical regulations. A further 10 stamps found residual traces of drugs. In Roskoshestvo note that the minimum content of the drugs is not a violation of the law, however, the presence of traces of them in meat products is one of the main current problems of the industry.

Production of the plant “snow country” was not the beef specified on the product label. DNA of birds (chicken and Turkey), which should not be made according to GOST, the sausage, was detected in samples of 13 brands, including “Mikoyan”, “starodvorskie kolbasy”, “Atyashevo”, “Tsaritsyno”, “Ostankino”. Almost all reported it on the label, respectively the consumers ‘ rights were not violated.

Trademark “spring” and “Vladimirskaya standard” did not warn buyers about the presence in the composition of the sausage of horse meat. The sausage some manufacturers also discovered a soy and corn.

All samples successfully passed the test for absence of bacteria groups, coliforms, clostridia sulfitereducing, stafilococco Staphylococcus, Listeria and pathogenic microorganisms and GMOs.

On the Russian “Sign of quality” (the product meets mandatory safety requirements, the requirements of GOST) the study was able to claim only three of the trade mark “Velkom”, “Remit” and “Ismail”.