Taiwan will tighten requirements for edible oil imports

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The Taiwanese government will soon require importers of edible oils to submit test reports certified by the authorities of the exporting countries.

The measure is taken after Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suspected that a Vietnamese exporter used fake test reports to sell animal feed oil to Taiwan as an edible oil, as recorded by ICEX Spain Trade and Investment on its website, citing information contained in Focus Taiwan.

Specifically, the requirement will apply to all shipments of more than 150 kilograms of oil, whether vegetable or animal-based. Therefore, test reports issued by private certification companies will no longer be accepted.

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