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China: coronavirus detected in ice cream batch


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An unusual event occurred in eastern China, where they detected coronavirus in ice creams produced in that area. The packages in the batch were quickly recalled from the market, the Chinese government reported. For now there is no record that someone has been infected by consuming the ice creams.

While the Daqiaodao Food Co., Ltd., in Tianjin, near Beijing, was isolated and its employees were tested to see if they contracted COVID-19, as specified by the city’s government authorities in a statement.

According to slogan AP, more than 29,000 packages from the contaminated batch had not been sold. However, they tracked down around 390 packages that had been sold in Tianjin and authorities elsewhere were notified about shipments to their areas.

The ingredients of contaminated ice cream They included powdered milk from New Zealand and whey powder from Ukraine, according to experts, who are still trying to determine how the product contamination occurred.

In this sense, the chinese government suggested that the disease, first detected at the end of 2019 in the city of Wuhan, in central China, this time it came from abroad and highlighted the discovery of coronavirus in fish and other imported foods. However, several foreign scientists have expressed skepticism about the Chinese government’s conclusions.

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