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Food inspectors find number of shortcomings in food quality

December 2nd, 2019

Food inspectors carried out 47,722 inspections throughout Slovakia from January 1 to October 30 of this year, up by more than 6,000 inspections year-on-year, Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Gabriela Matecna told a press conference on Monday, adding that neglect of hygiene, products on sale past their expiry dates and undeclared ingredients were the most frequent shortcomings detected. Food inspectors found a total of 10,416 faults, down 2,671 from last year. Matecna further said Slovakia was one of the best-performing countries in the European Union in the field of food-safety controls.


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