Adelaide Beef Recall Tests Come Back Negative

AUSTRALIA - Tests have come back negative for any listeria contamination of meat products processed by two Adelaide companies.
calendar icon 3 June 2009
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According to ABC News, packaged roast beef processed at Conroy's Smallgoods and packaged by Kyana Farms was recalled last week because routine testing detected a problem.

SA Health Department says Conroy's is complying with listeria control standards, but production at Kyana Farms will remain on hold, reports the news organisation.

The contamination concern surfaced at the Kyana premises at Wingfield.

The company has been asked to review the matter to find the likely source.

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