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Lotte Custard Pies blacklisted due to excessive bacterial count

(People's Daily Online)

08:06, August 24, 2012

The State General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has recently announced a list of "Substandard Food and Cosmetics Imported in June 2012" on its official website. The custard pies produced by Lotte Group of South Korea have been destroyed due to the excessive bacterial count.

The announcement showed that the inspection and quarantine authority of Liaoning’s entry port has recently destroyed about 2.4 tons of substandard custard pies from Lotte Group. The place of origin in the casual inspection is South Korea and the importer is the Dalian Quannan International Trade Co., Ltd.

It is reported that the blacklist only involved in the listed batches of food and cosmetics, which had been returned, destroyed or used for other purposes. These substandard food and cosmetics did not appear in the Chinese market.

Read the Chinese version:乐天蛋黄派菌落总数超标上质量黑榜
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