Food Partner Network News On February 18, the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) issued a message saying:The Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety has inspected 39 types of iced coffee sold online. The results It was shown that the bacterial count of 7 products exceeded the limit, and the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety ordered them to stop selling and destroy related products.
In Korea, the standard of bacteria count in iced coffee products is n=5, c=1, m=100 CFU/mL, M=1,000 CFU/mL.
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