Nébih found quality and labeling defects in testing chestnut products

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2020. 12. 11. 11:20
Due to the upcoming holidays, 27 chestnut products were inspected by the National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih). Everything was found to be in order from a food safety point of view, but quality and labeling errors occurred.

According to a statement of the authority published on Friday, 22 quick-frozen chestnut purees and 5 chestnut masses were tested in Nébih laboratories during a test of the Supermenta program.

In the case of six products, a food inspection fine is imposed in an amount of 1.2 million HUF, four of them due to the combined presence of marking and quality defects, and two due to quality problems. (MTI)

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