Three batches of exported dried figs from Turkey are notified of excessive aflatoxin
By: Date: 2021-04-01 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News According to the European Union’s Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF), on March 31, 2021, France notified Turkey’s export of dried figs to exceed the standard of aflatoxin through RASFF. The specific content of the notification is as follows:

Time of notification

Notification country

Notify products

Numbering

Reason for notification

Sales status/actions taken

Type of notification

2021-3-31

France

Dried figs

2021.1614

Aflatoxin (B1= 15.7µg/kg;Tot.= 28.0µg/kg)

The product is not sold/re-delivered in the market

Notification of entry refusal

2021-3-31

France

Dried figs

2021.1616

Aflatoxin (B1= 31µg/kg;Tot.= 34µg/kg)

The product is not sold/re-delivered in the market

Notification of entry refusal

2021-3-31

France

Dried figs

2021.1630

Aflatoxin (B1= 68µg/kg;Tot.= 152µg/kg)

The product is not sold/re-delivered in the market

Notification of entry refusal

  Food Partners Network reminds export companies to strictly follow the requirements of EU member states to export products, pay attention to the presence of mycotoxins in food, ensure product safety, and avoid export risks.