EU Rapid Warning System for Food and Feed (RASFF) Notification (6th week of 2021)
By: Date: 2021-02-15 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News According to the EU’s official website, in the 6th week of 2021, the EU’s Rapid Warning System for Food and Feed (RASFF) notified 6 cases of Chinese food and related products. The specific notification information is as follows:

Notification time

Notification country

Notify products

Numbering

Reason for notification

Sales status/Taking action

Type of notification

2021-2-8

Spain

Green tea

2021.0593

Unauthorized substance-Anthraquinone (0.032mg/kg)

The product has not been put on the market/official detention

Notification of entry refusal

2021-2-9

Luxembourg

Nylon spoon

2021.0653

Migration of primary aromatic amines (aniline:0.006; 4,4’MDA:0.235 mg/kg)

Notified country has not been distributed/recalled from consumers

Warning notification

2021-2-11

Croatia

Metal cup

2021.0708

Chromium migration (0.22 mg/l); Manganese migration (1.8 mg/l)

Allow products to be shipped to destination/destroyed under customs seal

Notification of entry refusal

2021-2-11

Netherlands

Chinese wolfberry

2021.0701

Unauthorized substance-Methamidophos (0.15mg/kg)

The product has not been put on the market/official detention

Notification of entry refusal

2021-2-11

Poland

Nylon soup spoon

2021.0705

Migration of primary aromatic amines (0.028mg/kg)

Notifying country has not distributed/exited the market

Warning notification

2021-2-12

Sweden

Chicken Roll

2021.0740

The number of Enterobacteriaceae is too high (24500CFU/g)

The product has not been put on the market/re-delivered

Notification of entry refusal

   Food Partners Network reminds export companies to export products in strict accordance with the requirements of EU member states, pay attention to the migration of various substances in food contact materials, check the residues of pesticides in products, and ensure the safety of food and related products. Avoid export risks.
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