EU Rapid Warning System for Food and Feed (RASFF) Notification (5th week of 2021)
By: Date: 2021-02-08 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News According to the EU’s official website, in the 5th week of 2021, the EU’s food and feed rapid warning system (RASFF) notified 5 cases of Chinese food and related products. The specific notification information is as follows:


Notification time
Notification country
Notify products
Number
Reason for notification
Sales status/actions taken
Type of notification
2021-2-3
Sweden
Dog chews
2021.0530
The number of Enterobacteriaceae is too high (17373CFU/g)
The product has not been put on the market/re-delivered
Notification of entry refusal
2021-2-3
Denmark
Shiitake Mushroom
2021.0526
Undeclared sulfite (620 mg/kg)
Notify the country of non-distribution/recall from consumers
Follow-up information announcement
2021-2-4
Netherlands
Chili powder
2021.0544
Salmonella
The product has not been put on the market/Official detention
Notification of Entry Denial
2021-2-5
Romania
Glueweed
2021.0585
The product label does not indicate irradiation treatment
The product has not been put on the market/detained by the operator
Notification of entry refusal
2021-2-5
Netherlands
Organic shelled buckwheat
2021.0606
Aflatoxin (B1= 22.6µg/kg;Tot.= 22.6µg/kg)
Distribute to other member states/notify consignee
Warning notification

   It is understood that in addition to being sold in the Netherlands, unqualified organic shelled buckwheat is also sold to Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Finland, Spain and Sweden. Food Partners.com reminds export companies to strictly follow the requirements of EU member states to export their products, pay attention to the existence of various pathogenic microorganisms in the products and whether the content of food additives and seasonings exceeds the standard, pay attention to the existence of mycotoxins in the products and the compliance of product labels. Regulations to ensure product safety and avoid export risks.

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