The European Union reports that my country’s exports of canned pears and dried seaweed are unqualified
By: Date: 2021-01-07 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News According to the European Union’s Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF), on January 6, 2021, the European Union notified my country’s exports of canned pears and dried seaweed as unqualified. The specific notification information is as follows:

Notification time

Notification country

Notify products

Numbering

Reason for notification

Sales status/actions taken

Type of notification

2021-1-6

Germany

Canned pears

2021.0058

High lead content (0.181mg/kg)

Distributed to other member countries/detained by operators

Follow-up information announcement

2021-1-6

Germany

Dried seaweed

2021.0061

High iodine content (123

mg/kg)

Not distributed/destroyed by the notified country

Warning notification

   According to reports, in addition to selling in Germany, unqualified canned pears are also sold to Poland. FoodPartner.com reminds all export companies to strictly follow the requirements of EU member states to export their products, pay attention to the content of heavy metals in products, ensure the safety of food and related products, and avoid export risks.
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