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Inspection of Imported Ice Cream has Started

Published: July 30, 2013 | 1:15 pm
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The National Food agency has begun inspecting imported ice cream products. The Agency’s spokesman Giga Kurdovanidze has told TV3 that the imported ice cream must pass several stages of inspection. At this stage, ice cream samples are being analysed in labs, based upon which the Food Agency will later pass its verdict on the products. According to the Food Agency, products from eight Georgian ice cream manufacturers have already passed the inspection, and were found to pose no health hazard to the public. Inspections are also being carried out at the manufacturing sites themselves, and any products that have been found to pose a danger to public health have been removed from circulation. The head of the lab Expertise has also commented on the subject of imported ice cream, stating that five products from an Iranian company have recently been submitted for inspection, one of which was found to be bacterially contaminated.

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