AUSTRALIA: Tests show more soy sauces are unsafe
The Australia New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) today initiated a recall of twelve imported soy sauce products after tests showed that they contained unsafe levels of the chloropropanol 3-MCPD, a chemical contaminant and possible cancer-causing agent. Tests undertaken by ANZFA, the Queensland Department of Health and the New Zealand Ministry of Health found that these 12 products - of 150 soy sauce products tested to date - had levels of 3-MCPD up to180 times the level of safe use.
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