12404401487?profile=RESIZE_710xThe second monthly report of EU alerts relating to “suspicions” (i.e. where there is no food safety risk, so official notifications that would not be captured on the RASFF system) has been published here.  The data need careful interpretation, as they include (and are heavily weighted by) non-fraud issues such as pesticide residue limit non-compliance.  There is still valuable insight to be gained on fraud risks, such as lists of imports from unapproved establishments; meat-containing dried noodles from factories that do not hold a licence for making products of animal origin appear to be a particular watch-out.

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