Tulcea, Dulcesti, Vadu Oii peste tot se omoara porcii pe capete. De unde vom importa carnea?



Toata industria carnii din Tulcea a fost pusa pe butuci, lantul romanesc de magazine ce comercializeaza carne, apartinand Carniprod si-a inchis portile.



Toata industria carnii, una din putinele ramuri inca controlata de investitori romani, va fi distrusa. In clipa de fata in zona retailimportam carne de porc dupa cum urmeaza:

Germania – 57.000 de tone
Spania – 41.000 de tone 
Ungaria – 31.000 de ton,
Olanda – 21.000 de tone

Producatorii romani, sustinuti si de comunicatul Ministerului Sanatatii din Germania striga cu disperare ca distrugerea asta se face intentionat pentru a pune pe butuci inca o ramura a economiei romanesti.

Iata ce spune  Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung (BfR):

"The African swine fever (ASF) that is currently rife in eastern Europe does not pose a health hazard to humans. "The ASF pathogen cannot be transferred to humans," explains Professor Dr. Dr. Andreas Hensel, President of the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR). "No risk to health is posed by direct contact with diseased animals or from eating food made from infected domestic pigs or wild boar".
The ASF pathogen is a virus which infects domestic pigs and wild boar and which leads to a severe, often lethal, disease in these animals. It is transferred via direct contact or with excretions from infected animals, or through ticks. The ASF virus is endemic to infected wild animals in Africa, but there have also repeatedly been outbreaks in southern Europe. The pathogen has been spreading north-westwards since 2007 from Georgia through Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia. Cases of ASF have been registered in wild boar along with outbreaks in domestic pigs in the Baltic states since 2014. The virus has also been detected in Poland and the Czech Republic.
The pathogen is very stable and can remain infectious in food over several months. If unheated food or food scraps from infected animals are fed to non-infected animals, the virus can therefore spread to previously ASF-free regions, thus infecting domestic pig herds too.
Although the ASF virus does not pose a hazard or a risk to humans, the meat of domestic pigs and wild boar should always be prepared under hygienic conditions, just like all other raw meats, as it can also contain other pathogens, advises the BfR. It should be kept refrigerated and prepared separately from other foods before cooking. When heating, a core temperature of 70 degrees Celsius or higher should be reached in the meat for at least two minutes, the BfR recommends."

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