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Polish Food Inspection Service Halts Nearly 10 Tonnes of Ukrainian Ice Cream

by Alice

The Agricultural and Food Quality Inspection (IJHARS) in Lublin, Poland, has taken action to ban the sale of three batches of ice cream totaling 8.48 tonnes imported from Ukraine due to defrosting concerns.

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According to a statement released by the IJHARS office in Lublin, the decision to prohibit the sale of the ice cream batches was made due to defrosting issues, with immediate implementation of the ban.

In a separate incident, the IJHARS branch in Poznan recently banned the sale of a 1,438 kg batch of ice cream imported from Ukraine due to the absence of a declaration regarding the presence of the sweetener aspartame.

This development follows another significant action earlier this week when the IJHARS issued its largest fine to date, amounting to 1.5 million Polish złoty (approximately US$380,000). The fine was imposed on an importer for bringing in 11,500 tonnes of technical rapeseed and feed wheat from Ukraine, deemed as counterfeit products intended for use as food.

Additionally, the IJHARS has made decisions to prohibit the sale of a 57,660 kg batch of tomato paste imported from Ukraine due to the presence of mould in the product.

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