Four kinds of fried pork floss imported from Taiwan were contaminated with substandard lard
|Source of Information||
Fried pork floss
|Product Name and Description||
|Reason For Issuing Alert||
The concerned products were made with substandard lard and exported to Hong Kong.
|Action Taken by the Centre for Food Safety||
The CFS will alert the trade of the incident and take follow-up actions, which include contacting the importer concerned and requesting the company to submit transaction records of their food within a specified time to facilitate tracking and marking and sealing of the possibly affected products.
The CFS will continue to keep close contact with the Taiwanese authorities and take appropriate actions in a timely manner.
|Advice to the Trade||
The trade who has the products concerned should stop supplying, initiate recall, seal or return the products to the supplier.
|Advice to Consumers||
Members of the public should stop eating the aforesaid products and contact the retailers concerned.
Centre for Food Safety
Food and Environmental Hygiene Department