Tag: Salmonella

  • The impact of the war on Nokian Tires, winter combat lessons and Tango: Finland in the world press

    The impact of the war on Nokian Tires, winter combat lessons and Tango: Finland in the world press

    The article considers how the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has forced the Finnish tire company Nokian Renkaat to change its business strategy. Before the war, Nokian Tires manufactured 80% of its tires in Russia, taking advantage of cheap energy costs. However, after the outbreak of the war and the sanctions imposed on Russia,…

  • Customs exposes international meat smuggling, poses a risk to consumers

    Customs exposes international meat smuggling, poses a risk to consumers

    During the preliminary investigation, it was revealed that the suspect tried to bring about 500 kilos of fresh beef and lamb to Finland in a car from Latvia via Estonia. The Food Agency stated that the amount of meat exceeded the limits given for personal use and was clearly intended for commercial purposes. In addition,…

  • Improvements to reporting the origin and traceability of meat in Helsinki restaurants

    Improvements to reporting the origin and traceability of meat in Helsinki restaurants

    63 restaurants participated in the study, from which a total of 120 samples were collected. Salmonella was not found in the 44 Finnish meat samples examined. However, one foreign meat sample was found to be positive for salmonella. The positive sample was raw frozen chicken from Poland. No EHEC bacteria were detected. For meat traceability,…

  • An effective police model, clean water and the absence of millions from controversial investments: Finland in the world press

    An effective police model, clean water and the absence of millions from controversial investments: Finland in the world press

    Currently, RCMP personnel spend six months at a training center followed by six months of on-the-job training, which the commission considers “inappropriate.” The article notes that the commission’s report called that model “inadequate in preparing RCMP members for the complex demands of modern policing.” Finnish police operations Lotta ParjanenThe head of training at the police…

  • Drug abuse, job cuts in the world’s happiest country: Finland in the world press

    Drug abuse, job cuts in the world’s happiest country: Finland in the world press

    The article provides exclusive details about the drug threat in the upcoming elections in Finland, where restrictive drug abuse is also an important campaign issue. According to the news report, in 2022, almost 30 percent of the victims were 25 years old and younger, and drug users die on average ten years younger in Finland…

  • The feed material at COVID risk is imported to Finland

    The feed material at COVID risk is imported to Finland

    In 2021, a Finnish fur feed mixture imported fish waste from Denmark for use as a feed raw material. In Denmark, fish waste was stored in a farm that also had dead minks that had been killed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Danish party should have applied to the Finnish Food Safety Authority for…

  • Chocolate eggs linked to outbreaks in Europe

    Chocolate eggs linked to outbreaks in Europe

    Chocolate maker Ferrero has recalled Kinder Surprise eggs due to a link with salmonella Chocolate maker Ferrero has issued one excuse after batches of its Kinderägg were recalled this weekend, just weeks before Easter. A study by the UK Health Security Agency and other national public health organizations has found a link between Kinder Surprise…

  • Yle News’ s 15 most read stories in 2021

    Yle News’ s 15 most read stories in 2021

    The majority of the 15 most read cases in Yle News in 2021, a total of 11, dealt with issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. Other popular topics were the problems faced by jobseekers in Finland, the rare case of contaminated eggs and directing people to leave Finland, at least temporarily, in the midst of…

  • Three deaths in salmonella outbreaks linked to natural remedies

    Three deaths in salmonella outbreaks linked to natural remedies

    In Denmark, three people have died after an outbreak of salmonella that can be linked to seed capsules sold as natural remedies. A total of 33 people have become ill. The three products believed to be behind the salmonella outbreak have been recalled.

  • Three died of salmonella after eating herbal medicine

    Three people have died of salmonella after eating the herbal remedy “Remember Psyllium Seeds”. This is stated by the Statens Serum Institut. 19 have been hospitalized, and a total of 33 people aged 2-92 years have become ill with salmonella after ingesting the seed husks, which are ingested in capsules. The company Orkla Care A…

  • Three died of salmonella after eating capsules

    Three people have died of salmonella after eating the herbal remedy “Remember Psyllium Seeds”. This is stated by the Statens Serum Institut. 19 have been hospitalized, and a total of 33 people aged 2-92 years have become ill with salmonella after ingesting the seed husks, which are ingested in capsules. The company Orkla Care A…

  • Unusual salmonella spreads: “Can affect food supply”

    Unusual salmonella spreads: “Can affect food supply”

    An unusually deadly species of salmonella has been found in wild boar in Sörmland. It is adapted for pigs and should not be dangerous to humans as long as the meat is cooked through, for pigs it can lead to blood poisoning and a quick death. Axel Sannö is a researcher at the Swedish University…

  • Three brands resemble eggs with a salmonella risk

    Three brands resemble eggs with a salmonella risk

    Kieku, Kesko’s Pirkka brand and the S Group’s Kotimaista brands have been pulled off the shelves. Packs of ten leisure domestic eggs are part of the return process, as are packs of ten eggs and six eggs. Kieku has also added its four-egg packaging with the Kieku brand to the recall. All eggs come from…

  • Thousands of pigs killed after salmonella outbreak

    Thousands of pigs killed after salmonella outbreak

    In total, almost 5,000 pigs have been killed in Skåne since several farms were affected by salmonella outbreaks. The infection has been discovered in several places, and on a farm with large-scale production, all animals had to be killed, reports ATL. Salmonella has been discovered during sampling in connection with slaughter, and a farm has…