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At the end of November 2017, producers of food and consumers got instructions from the European Commission how to minimise acrylamide levels in baked and fried foodstuffs.
All eggs and egg products from other EU countries must be tested for fipronil before marketing them in the Czech Republic
Starting on 6th August 2017, all the consignees of eggs and egg products produced in other EU countries will be obliged to have such goods tested for chemical substance fipronil.
Toxic eggs are withdrawn from the market in Netherlands, Belgium and Germany; there will be inspections in Czech Republic
Stores in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany withdraw millions of eggs that contain toxic fipronil – a substance that is used to liquidate lice, ticks and fleas.
Food sold in the same packaging and under the same name can differ in various EU countries. It was confirmed by a research that was ordered to the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague (VŠCHT) by the Ministry of Agriculture.
The State Veterinary Administration (SVA) ordered to withdraw two deliveries of poultry products with origin in Brazil.
The State Veterinary Administration (SVA) ordered to withdraw pudding desserts made by German producer Neuburger Milchwerke GmbH & Co.
The Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (CAFIA) carried out an irregular inspection of honey produced (packed) in the Czech Republic.
Six large world producers of food such as Coca-Cola, Nestlé or Mars have agreed upon marking their products with a “semaphore” on the front side of the packaging. Information on sugar, salt and fat in the chart on the packaging front side will be depicted by green, amber and red colours based on what burden they reresent for the organism.
A delivery of 3.6 tons of chilled chicken meat of Polish origin that contained the bacteria of Salmonella Enteritidis got to the Czech market.
In the first half of 2017, the Ministry of Agriculture plan to carry out a huge comparison of the quality of food purchased in the Czech Republic, Slovakia or Hungary with food purchased in Austria or Germany.