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Ein Exkurs: Lebensmittelsicherheit bei japanischen Ausfuhrwaren – EU lockerte Vorschriften im April 2014

Veröffentlicht von Textinitiative am 22.08.2014
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Über die Lebensmittelsicherheit nach Fukushima erfährt man in ausländischen Medien nur wenig. Nun hat die EU im Frühjahr die Einfuhrbeschränkungen der „Japan-Verordnung“ zum Teil revidiert. Österreich prüft dennoch sorgfältig weiter.


“Food safety: Commission reviews measures on imports from Japan Experts meeting in the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health (SCoFCAH) endorsed a Commission proposal to revise rules on import conditions of food and feed originating from Japan following the Fukushima nuclear accident. Existing restrictions for food and feed imports coming from the prefecture Fukushima are maintained whereas control measures have been eased for several other prefectures.

For the prefecture Fukushima, the existing measures applying to all food and feed, with the exception of alcoholic beverages, are maintained until 31 March 2014. Based on over 40,000 samples of products harvested in the second growing season after the nuclear accident, the restrictive measures in place have been eased for 11 prefectures (Yamanashi, Shizuoka, Gunma, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Miyagi, Saitama, Tokyo, Iwate, Chiba and Kanagawa).

An interim review is foreseen before 31 March 2013 for crops where samples of products for the second growing season (March-November) were not available in time for this review. For the control at import, a reduction of the frequency of controls to 5% will apply. Based on the monitoring results from the 2013 growing season, it is foreseen to undertake a review of these measures shortly before 31 March 2014 … (”.


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