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Inspections of agri-food exchanges have started. Kołodziejczak: we want to protect Polish producers against unfair competition

Published May 17, 2024

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On May 16, Deputy Minister of Agriculture Michał Kołodziejczak announced intensified inspections of agri-food exchanges in Poland, conducted by the State Sanitary Inspection and the Agricultural and Food Quality Inspection. These inspections, focusing on seasonal and foreign products, are taking place in six voivodeships to ensure food safety and fair market competition. The checks include product identification, country of origin, documentation assessment, hygienic conditions, labeling, and laboratory tests. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development aims to protect Polish producers from unfair foreign competition and ensure the quality and safety of food.
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- Today, on May 16, we are starting intensified inspections of agri-food exchanges in Poland - said Deputy Minister of Agriculture Michał Kołodziejczak during a press conference at the Bronisze Agricultural and Food Wholesale Market in Warsaw. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MRiRW), intensified inspections of agricultural products began on Thursday morning on stock exchanges in 6 voivodeships, with particular emphasis on seasonal and foreign products. The activities are carried out jointly by inspectors from the State Sanitary Inspection and the Agricultural and Food Quality Inspection. The controllers entered the stock exchanges in Warsaw (in Bronisze), Lublin (in Elizówka), Kraków (in Rybitwy), Rzeszów, Poznań and Szczecin. “The aim of the joint activities of both inspections is, on the one hand, to ensure safe food for consumers, and on the other hand, to ensure fair competition in this sector of the economy. These activities are also aimed at ...
Source: AgroPolska
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