The CPS denied distributed in social networks information about the dangers of baby food “Agusha” associated with the recall of dairy products because of an outbreak of FMD in the Vladimir region.
Earlier it was reported that the administration of Rospotrebnadzor in Moscow asked a number of retailers to withdraw from circulation 3.8 million tons of dairy products, which were produced by the company structure of PepsiCo, due to the outbreak of foot and mouth disease. Management of Rospotrebnadzora across Vladimir region has detected FMD virus in VKV, OOO, which in turn supplies raw milk for industrial processing in the “HC “Opole”, owned by “Wimm-bill-Dann” (part of the family of companies PepsiCo).
“The products under a brand “Agusha” not made HC Opole, for the production of baby food were never delivered milk from farms in the Vladimir region, where in October there were cases of animal disease foot and mouth disease,” — said the press service of the Supervisory authority.
Earlier it was reported that the manufacturer withdrew the product independently according to the prescription of the CPS. Thus withdrawn from circulation only a limited range of products produced from 1 to 19 October 2016, only those items of technology are not re-pasteurization or sterilization.
The situation with ensuring the quality and safety of baby food is under the constant control of the CPS, said the press service.