Frozen shortfin sharks originating in Spain are notified of excessive mercury content
By: Date: 2021-02-28 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News According to the European Union’s Rapid Early Warning System for Food and Feed (RASFF), on February 25, 2021, Italy notified Spain through RASFF that frozen shortfin sharks exported from Spain were unqualified. The specific notification information is as follows:

Time of notification

Notification country

Notify products

Numbering

Reason for notification

Sales status/actions taken

Type of notification

2021-2-25

Italy

Frozen shortfin shark

2021.0985

Mercury (1.76mg/kg)

Not distributed/out of stock in the notified country

Warning notification

  Food Partner Network reminds relevant export companies to understand the regulations of various countries on the mercury content in products, do a good job of product testing before export, ensure the quality of exported products, and ensure that the products meet the requirements of trading countries.
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