South Korea releases 2021 imported aquatic product inspection plan
By: Date: 2021-01-05 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News On January 4, the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) released the 2021 imported aquatic product inspection plan, including the 2021 imported aquatic product hazard information inspection plan and 2021 The key management objects of imported aquatic products in the first half of the year and the net content inspection plan for imported frozen aquatic products in 2021 consist of three parts. The inspection contents related to Chinese aquatic products are organized as follows:
  1. 2021 Imported Aquatic Products Hazard Information Inspection Plan
  Applicable time:2021.1.1.~2021.12.31. (Based on the date of receipt)
Serial number
Applicable time
Specific instructions
1
2019.01.28.~2021.01.27.
Inspection of Frozen Clam Pomegranate from the same company in China
2*
2019.11.22.~2020.12.31.
Inspection of each piece of hepatitis A virus of salt-cured clam meat from the same company in China
3*
2020.10.26.~2020.12.31.
China Haihong (Frozen) Lead Inspection
  *As of December 31, 2020, if no non-conformities occur, the 2021 inspection plan will be cancelled.
  Expand the scope of inspection for uncertified GM salmon that requires routine inspection:3%inspection of frozen salmon produced in all countries (not related to the processing form) is implemented.
   2. Key management objects of imported aquatic products in the first half of 2021
  Applicable time:2021.1.1.~2021.6.30. (Based on the date of receipt)
  Designated objects:including 7 countries, 15 products, and 16 inspection items. The inspection items related to Chinese aquatic products are as follows:
Place of Origin
Products
Check items
Check frequency
China
Freshwater shrimp
Nitrofurans
each item
Tinfish
Dehydrocholic acid
each item
  3. 2021 Imported Frozen Aquatic Products Net Content Inspection Plan
  Applicable time:2021.1.1.~2021.12.31. (Based on the date of receipt)
   Inspection method:For 10 products from 7 countries, the net content inspection items are randomly selected through different proportions of each importing company according to whether the net content is labelled or not.
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