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Japan has a recall of sweetener-detected in condiments

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Core Tip: Due to the detection of artificial sweetener “cyclamate ”prohibited in condiments according to food hygiene law , associated enterprises in the Japanese city of Yokohama ordered the city's wholesale retail companies" seijoishii "," Tokyo European importer
On January 10th, according to Japanese media reports, due to the detection of artificial sweetener “cyclamate ”prohibited in condiments according to food hygiene law , associated enterprises in the Japanese city of Yokohama ordered the city's wholesale retail companies" seijoishii "," Tokyo European importers trade "for recycling.

According to the Yokohama municipal government, these goods seems to be around the country "seijoishii " on sale. This product is sweet chili sauce made in Thailand. Merchants started to import since July 2018, a total of 5626 items appeared on the market. Tokyo is in the sampling to detect cyclamate components. Because there is no scientific determination of cyclamate that it is no harm to health, so in Japan cyclamate has not been allowed to add in food.
 
 
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