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Poland: 240 tons of sugar from Ukraine banned from being placed on the market

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Published Feb 27, 2024

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The Inspection of Trade Quality of Agricultural and Food Products (IJHAR-S) in Poland has confiscated 240,000 kg of sugar from Ukraine due to illegal marking. The agency has also prohibited the sale of various food products from Ukraine, Turkey, Kazakhstan, and Russia, including 12,250 kg of frozen raspberries, 22,500 kg of corn starch, and 64 tons of onions, due to quality issues. The IJHAR-S is committed to ensuring that products not meeting legal requirements are not introduced to the Polish and European market.
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The Inspection of Trade Quality of Agricultural and Food Products (IJHAR-S) reported the seizure of a large amount of sugar from Ukraine. It detected a significant problem with this product. Four decisions banning the placing on the market in Poland of a total of 240,000 kg of sugar (4 x 60,000 kg) imported from Ukraine were issued by the IJHAR-S branch in Lublin. The reason for this was illegal marking. The decisions were made immediately enforceable. At the end of last week, JHAR-S inspectors also banned the placing on the market in Poland of a batch of 12,250 kg of frozen raspberries from Ukraine (due to the presence of moldy and unusually colored fruit) and a batch of 22,500 kg of corn starch imported from Turkey (due to excessive moisture). . Moreover, they prevented the introduction of a batch of 21 tons of onions from Kazakhstan (due to ...
Source: AgroPolska
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