WATCH: Tiger Brands explains how Enterprise got compromised with listeriosis

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Tiger Brand will be hosting a conference on Monday following a meeting with the National Consumer Commission over the deadly outbreak.

Tiger Brand will be hosting a conference on Monday following a meeting with the National Consumer Commission over the deadly outbreak.

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Tiger Brand will be hosting a conference on Monday following a meeting with the National Consumer Commission over the deadly outbreak.

Tiger Brand will be hosting a conference on Monday following a meeting with the National Consumer Commission over the deadly outbreak.

 

 

JOHANNESBURG - Food giant Tiger Brands hosted a media briefing on Monday afternoon on the country&39;s listeriosis outbreak.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It owns the Enterprise Foods plant in Polokwane, which has been identified as the source of the outbreak.

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So far, 180 people have died, most of them in Gauteng.

Officials from Tiger Brands and the National Consumer Commission are meeting about the matter.

The National Consumer Commission blames the outbreak on poor hygiene.