Japan strengthens the monitoring and inspection of fenconazole in Chinese leeks and difenoconazole in green soybeans
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Food Partner Network News On February 26, 2021, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan issued the No. 4 Notice of Medicine, Health and Food Delivery 0226. During the import monitoring and inspection, it was found that Chinese chives were found to contain carnitril and frozen soybeans Difenoconazole violated the pesticide residue limit standard, and the frequency of its monitoring and inspection was adjusted to 30%. The details are as follows:

Intensive inspection date
Target country
Check object
Check items
Producers, manufacturers, importers and packers
February 26, 2021
Leek and its processed products (limited to simple construction)
Edamame and its processed products (limited to simple construction)

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