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South Korea Cracks down on Sales of Baby Formulas that use False Advertising

MFDS revealed that over 400 infant formulas have been sold online using illegal advertisements. The relevant webpages will be blocked by MFDS, and the business entities in violation would be punished with administrative penalties.

Since January 1, the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) had inspected 1,099 infant formula sold online and on August 27, 2020 released the inspection result. [1] In the MFDS notification, 479 issues were identified to be in violation of food advertising requirements.

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