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The Changhua County Government said Tuesday it would force Chang Chi Foodstuff Factory Co., Ltd. to pay NT$1.85 billion (US$62.5 million) in fines incurred for adulterating edible oil s. The Changhua-based company is at the center of a scandal which
Health and Welfare Minister Chiu Wen-ta on Saturday promised he would remove all illegal food products from the shelves within one year, while special checks on dairy products, fruit juices and soy sauce would start this week. He made the statement
The edible oil industry has strongly opposed the decision of Maharashtra government to allow sale of loose edible oil for one year. A section of the government is also surprised by the move as loose sale of edible oil is prone to adulteration. The
Unscrupulous edible oil distributors might repackage and try to sell up to 100,000 barrels of tainted oil from Chang Chi Foodstuff Factory Co., Ltd, reports said Saturday. The Changhua County-based company was at the heart of a scandal involving
Import of vegetable oils during oil year 2012-13 (Nov.'12 to Oct.'13), including edible oil and non-edible oils, reached at record level of 106.8 lakh tons compared to 101.9 lakh tons for the same period of last year; up by 4.77%. Import of edible
Three persons of Indian-origin are among the 50 richest people in Africa, according to a list released by Forbes magazine which said rising stock prices and new business deals are creating more billionaires in the continent. Vimal Shah, Sudhir
Taipei, Nov. 11 (CNA) Taiwan shares closed below 8,200 points Monday, weighed down by the weak performance of the computer, tourism and food sectors. The main weighted index on the Taiwan stock exchange closed down 47.03 points, or 0.57 percent, at 8,
Taipei, Nov. 9 (CNA) Health officials are continuing inspections of questionable edible oil products to ensure that all such oil s sold in Taiwan are legitimate, Minister of Health and Welfare Chiu Wen-ta said Saturday.
Taipei, Nov. 8 (CNA) The government is taking tougher action immediately against the adulteration and mislabeling of edible oil products and will impose the heaviest penalties possible on violators, a health official said Friday.
Taipei, Nov. 3 (CNA) Health authorities will intensify their inspection of all edible oil s and will seek to stiffen sanctions against companies which adulterate, mislabel or counterfeit their products, the Ministry of Health and Welfare said.