JAPAN: Nichirei’s sales will be hit by spinach recall
Japanese food processor Nichirei said yesterday [Tuesday] that it expected a recall of frozen spinach to depress its revenue in the current business year ending March 2003 by some ¥1.6bn (US$13.0m). The company discovered excessive residues of agricultural chemicals in frozen spinach it had imported from China, leading it to recall significant volumes from retailers in June this year.
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