Bakery subjected to $3,670 fine, 4-month suspension over mass food poisoning in southern Vietnam

March 12, 2024

According to the decision, the bakery committed administrative violations, including purchasing, processing, and providing food causing food poisoning. Salmonella spp, a pathogen responsible for severe foodborne infections, was found in cold meats at Thu Ha Bakery. In late January, 159 people developed symptoms of food poisoning, such as stomach ache, diarrhea, vomiting, and fever, after eating banh mi at Thu Ha Bakery. Of them, 153 were treated at hospitals in Soc Trang Province, while the six others were treated at home. A representative from Thu Ha Bakery stated the commitment to adhere to all decisions made by local authorities.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News