Government orders Irish pork recall due to dioxin

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland’s government ordered the food industry on Saturday to recall all Irish pork products due to dioxin contamination.

“This recall involves retailers, the hospitality sector and the Irish pig processing sector,” the government said in a statement. “Preliminary evidence indicates that the contamination problem is likely to have started in September 2008.”

(Reporting by Andras Gergely)


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