Lay Hong’s Jeram farms bacteria-free


In a statement, the poultry company said the test showed negative results for SE. This effectively lifted the suspension of egg supply from its Jeram 1-CES 008 farm.

KUALA LUMPUR: Lay Hong Bhd’s Jeram farms have been declared free of the Salmonella Enteritidis (SE) after a comprehensive test by the Veterinary Services Department (DVS).

In a statement, the poultry company said the test showed negative results for SE. This effectively lifted the suspension of egg supply from its Jeram 1-CES 008 farm.

“This is a very comprehensive investigation conducted by the department, which includes testing on the eggs, environment chicken faeces, cloacal swap, feed, water and others from each farm at the lab in DVS Salak Tinggi, ” it said.

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