CHINA/JAPAN: Japan warns of pesticides in frozen spinach from China
The Japanese government has issued a warning to Japanese companies, telling them not to import frozen spinach from China after excess levels of pesticides were found in some imports last week. The ministry of health issued a similar warning in July last year but withdrew in February after China agreed to conduct thorough inspections of its exports. China also agreed to stop using a type of pesticide called chlorpyrifos, reported Jiji Press.
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