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Release of noncompliance products on border inspection

  • Data Source:Food and Drug Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2019-03-29
  • Last Updated:2019-03-29

Business who import food and related products shall apply and pass the border inspection conducted by the relevant authorities (including MOF, COA, TFDA, etc). Noncompliance products on border inspection should be returned or destroyed according to the Act Governing Food Safety and Sanitation.

TFDA publishes the noncompliance products information weekly on the “ The Food and Drug Consumer Zone ” (website: http://consumer.fda.gov.tw/index.aspx) / Integrated query service / Food / Border inspection not conform food information inquiry zone. The information contained product name, importer and exporter (company name and manufacturer), reasons for failure, quantity and follow-up situation. The release of information will facilitate the public to understand the noncompliance products.

 

TFDA urges that food business shall do well self-management and import products meet Act Governing Food Safety and Sanitation. Otherwise, the products could be stucked on border, and the cost and business reputation would be lost.