Lao Ganmas chili sauce has been recalled in Australia due to bone fragments

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 Lao Ganmas chili sauce has been recalled in Australia due to bone fragments


It is understood that this is not the first time that Lao Ganma has been recalled by ANZ Food Standards Bureau. As early as February 2015, the official website of the Australian and New Zealand Food Standards Bureau announced that tekshingtradingpty company announced the recall of a Laoganma chili sauce from Xinzhou Asia supermarket, because the product did not declare to contain peanut ingredients, and the package was not marked. If this product is consumed by peanut hypersensitive buyers, serious allergic reactions may occur. At that time, Guizhou entry exit inspection and Quarantine Bureau and Laoganma company investigated and sorted out the recall. It was found that the recalled products were sold in China, but not exported by Laoganma company. The Chinese label of the product contains peanut, but the English label has been artificially removed. Tek company is not an Australian domestic seller authorized by Laoganma company, and the batch of products has not been tested by Guizhou entry exit inspection and Quarantine Bureau, and there is no corresponding inspection and customs clearance certificate. Liu Huan, editor of Beijing News, Zhu Fenglan proofread Liu Baoqing_ NF5619

It is understood that this is not the first time that Lao Ganma has been recalled by ANZ Food Standards Bureau. As early as February 2015, the official website of the Australian and New Zealand Food Standards Bureau announced that tekshingtradingpty company announced the recall of a Laoganma chili sauce from Xinzhou Asia supermarket, because the product did not declare to contain peanut ingredients, and the package was not marked. If this product is consumed by peanut hypersensitive buyers, serious allergic reactions may occur. At that time, Guizhou entry exit inspection and Quarantine Bureau and Laoganma company investigated and sorted out the recall. It was found that the recalled products were sold in China, but not exported by Laoganma company. The Chinese label of the product contains peanut, but the English label has been artificially removed. Tek company is not an Australian domestic seller authorized by Laoganma company, and the batch of products has not been tested by Guizhou entry exit inspection and Quarantine Bureau, and there is no corresponding inspection and customs clearance certificate.

Liu Huan, reporter of Beijing News

Proofread by Liu Baolan and Zhu Fengqing