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The Prosecutor General's Office is asked to check the producers of fake saury

The Prosecutor General's Office is asked to check the producers of fake saury
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Roskachestvo sent a request to the Prosecutor General's Office with a request to deal with the manufacturers of counterfeit saury canned food. The structure had previously established that more than half of the canned food samples examined were falsified.

As the RBC, on behalf of the head of state, the Prosecutor General's Office must conduct an audit by the end of the year as to how the federal executive authorities, subjects and businesses comply with the requirements of the law to ensure the quality and safety of food products.

In September, Roskachestvo examined the DNA of fish from 19 Russian producers of canned saury on the shelves of large Russian stores. Eleven samples showed cheaper Far Eastern Iwashi or Pacific herring instead of saury. In the remaining eight samples, the raw materials corresponded to the declared ones. They cost more: at least 11 rubles per 44 g, the price of fakes was at least 100 rubles per 20 g.

Earlier, the manager of the Dobroflot group, Alexander Efremov, said that some producers replace the more expensive saury with cheap herring, and write incorrect information on the label, sometimes even indicating that this is GOST.

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