"Ledo" pulls several products from Bosnian market

Source: Izvor: Goran Ferbezar/PIXSELL

The “Ledo” company from Citluk pulled several products by a Hungarian company “Greenland frozen” off the Bosnian market after the Hungarian company notified “Ledo” of a possible microbiological contamination with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria, said Bosnia’s Food Safety Agency.

On July 12, the “Ledo” company notified the Food Safety Agency that they are pulling the following products off the market: Broccoli Vegi 400 grams, imperial vegetables Vegi 400 grams, sweet corn Jami 400 grams, beans 4/1 UG and 411 UG.

The Food Safety Agency said that most healthy people have no symptoms after bacterial infection and that complications may include common clinical signs of the disease.