Press Enter to Main Content
您的瀏覽器似乎不支援JavaScript語法,但沒關係,這裡的JavaScript語法並不會影響到內容的陳述, 如需要選擇字級大小,IE6請利用鍵盤按住ALT鍵+ V → X → (G)最大(L)較大(M)中(S)較小(A)小,來選擇適合您的文字大小, 而IE7或Firefox瀏覽器則可利用鍵盤 Ctrl + (+)放大(-)縮小來改變字型大小,如需要回到上一頁可使用瀏覽器提供的 Alt+左方向鍵(←) 快速鍵功能,列印可使用瀏覽器提供的(Ctrl+P)功能。
  • facebook
  • line
  • twitter
  • Print
  • Back

TFDA Initiated The Soybean Products Inspection Program In 2020

  • Data Source:Food and Drug Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2020-07-23
  • Last Updated:2020-07-23

Soybean and other associated products such as tofu, dried tofu, and soybean milk are rich in essential amino acids and vitamins, and have been indispensable nutrients of daily diets. In the past few years, there were still some unqualified soybean products which violated the “Act Governing Food Safety and Sanitation” that had been revealed by health institutions. Thus, to ensure the food sanitation and safety of manufacturers of those products, Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) has implemented the Soybean Products Inspection Program during August and September in 2020. The program is conducted with local government health bureaus to intensify food safety and sanitation management for public interest.

The items of inspection will not only focus on the Regulations of Good Hygiene Practice (GHP) compliance, especially the legality of raw materials, products’ labeling but also examine the legitimacy of food additives such as preservatives and bleaching agents via sampling the processed products. Food businesses could be fined if any non-conformances of GHP are not validated in time or any final products not in compliance with the regulations.