JFSSG

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JFSSGJoint Food Safety and Standards Group (UK)
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Scientists at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF, Joint Food Safety and Standards Group, Department of Health, Skipton House, 80 London Rd., London SE1 6LW, England, U.K.) are investigating these strategies and issues related to them.
Two independent expert advisory committees have reviewed the results of a survey by the Joint Food Safety and Standards Group on the migration of epoxidized soya bean oil into babyfoods in glass jars.
The Government's Joint Food Safety and Standards Group conducted the survey after other European states found some soy sauce had high levels of the chemical contaminant 3-monochloropropane-1,2-diol (3-MCPD), known to cause cancer in rats.
The Joint Food Safety and Standards Group (JFSSG) has contacted trade associations and suppliers to alert them to reports from abroad that the product contains unacceptably high levels of 3-MCPD.
The Joint Food Safety and Standards Group have warned trade associations and suppliers that some types of the traditional Oriental sauce has worryingly high levels of 3-MCPD.
A survey conducted by the Joint Food Safety and Standards Group has found that some soy sauce products on sale in the UK can contain a chemical contaminant belonging to the family of chloropropanols.
The Joint Food Safety and Standards Group (JFSSG) has already contacted trade associations and suppliers to alert them to reports that some samples of the product found abroad contained too much 3-MCPD.
The notice from the Joint Food Safety and Standards Group said the products come from 416 affected farms in Belgium, after evidence emerged of contamination from a cancer-causing dioxin from industrial oil.
The Joint Food Safety and Standards Group has contacted trade associations and relevant suppliers in the UK to alert them to reports from Germany, The Netherlands and Sweden about unacceptably high levels of the substance 3-MCPD (3-monochloropropanediol) in some soy sauces.
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