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Raspberries from Serbia meet EU food safety requirements

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The Plant Protection Department of the Ministry of Agriculture, Trade, Forestry and Water Management announced yesterday that during the meeting with the Director of the EU Directorate-General for Health and Consumers in Brussels it was concluded that no shipment of raspberries has been returned from the EU, or from Finland, because of possible contamination.

Reacting to the text published in daily Blic, the Ministry stated that before the harvest season began, the Plant Protection Department held a series of meetings with producers and processors of raspberries and blackberries and with associations of producers, with the aim of taking measures to increase the safety of products that are being sold on the domestic and European markets.

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At the meeting with processors of raspberries and blackberries, which was held in the Plant Protection Department, it was concluded that active measures of quality control and food safety are being conducted through introduction of HACCP and Global gap standards, it is added in the statement.



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