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Japan Rejects 59 Batches of Imported Food in October 2021

50 batches of imported food from 17 countries/regions failed to export to Japan in October 2021. The main reason was the violation of food and additive standards.

According to the latest MHLW notification, 50 batches of food products imported from 17 countries/regions were found non-compliant in October 2021. 

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Among these products, most non-compliant imported food in October came from China (mostly frozen food), followed by Thailand(mostly vegetable) and Taiwan,China(mostly fish meat). Notably, frozen food is also the majority of the overall rejection.

The main reasons for the rejections include:

  • Violation of food and additive standards (72%)

  • Excessive pesticide residues (18%)

  • Contains toxic or harmful substances (6%)

In addition, ChemLinked also found that Japan rejected two batches of food contact materials (all rubber products) in October due to substandard material (zinc) specifications.

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