Do owners of #enterprise and #rainbowchicken eat their own products? If so, how could they allow such a lapse in safety? If not, why do they feed others things they themselves don't eat?— Rams Mabote (@RamsByTheHorns) March 5, 2018
Something to chew on, pub intended. #ListeriosisOutbreak
JOHANNESBURG - Following the announcement by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on Sunday that processed food manufacturers Enterprise and Rainbow Chicken Limited had been issued with safety recall notices, Tiger Brands share price has seen a significant drop.
Enterprise Foods, which is a division of Tiger brands has been fingered, following an in-depth investigation by scientists into the listeriosis outbreak in the country.
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Poor hygienic standards have been blamed for the listeriosis outbreak that has claimed over 180 lives to date.
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By 10:30 Monday morning Tiger brands share price had fallen sharply, losing 7.1% at 39466.
Tiger brands has announced that it will meet with the National Consumer Commission today and thereafter brief members of the media.
Take a look at how people have reacted to news of the outbreak on twitter below:
- BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE