A series of tourists and athletes were hospitalized after eating Lien Hoa bread
From the evening of March 18 to March 21, Hoan My Da Lat General Hospital and Lam Dong General Hospital received a total of 48 patients admitted to the emergency room with symptoms of food poisoning such as vomiting, diarrhea. , headache…
Mr. Tran Dinh Duy (SN 1993, living on Chu Van An street, Da Lat city) said that on March 19, his family had 3 people who ate bread filled with cotton and mixed, bought at Lien Bakery. Hoa, address number 9, Tran Phu street, ward 3, Da Lat city, the evening of the same day all 3 had diarrhea, headache, vomiting…
After being taken by their families to receive water and take medicine but did not get better, on March 21, all three people were forced to be hospitalized in an emergency at Hoan My Da Lat General Hospital.
Officials of the Health Department of Da Lat City work with people who have food poisoning after eating bread
Similarly, Nguyen Hoang Nhat Nam (SN 2007), a track and field athlete, said that on March 18, he went to the Sports Center of Da Lat City to practice and prepare to participate in the Ho Chi Minh City athletics tournament. Da Lat held on March 19. Here, she was invited by an acquaintance to eat a loaf of Lien Hoa brand bread, returned to Nam’s home with severe symptoms of food poisoning, and was transferred to the hospital for emergency treatment by her family. Besides Nguyen Hoang Nhat Nam, many other members of the delegations participating in the athletics tournament in Da Lat also had symptoms of food poisoning after eating Lien Hoa bread.
According to Mr. Bui Van Do, Director of Lam Dong Provincial Food Safety and Hygiene Sub-Department, from March 18 to 21 in Da Lat city, 48 people were hospitalized with symptoms of digestive disorders. vomiting, fever, diarrhea… All of these people had previously eaten Lien Hoa brand bread, bought at address 9, Tran Phu street, number 165, Phan Chu Trinh street and the roundabout of Da Lat market.
A place selling Lien Hoa bread on Tran Phu street, Da Lat city is temporarily closed
The Food Safety and Hygiene Department of Lam Dong province has inspected the above bread business establishments. Owners of establishments could not produce documents proving the origin of ingredients for bread production, and did not have food samples stored in accordance with regulations. The functional force has temporarily suspended the operation of the locations selling Lien Hoa bread to clarify the cause of the food poisoning incident.
Lien Hoa is the largest chain of cakes in Lam Dong province, including bread. Over the years, this bakery has constantly had people “accused” of food poisoning after eating. However, every time information and feedback from people appeared, the Lam Dong Provincial Food Safety and Hygiene Department checked, then determined that “there is no basis to conclude food poisoning” due to eat cakes of Lien Hoa brand.
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