No harmful beverages imported from Croatia to Macedonia, claims FVA


The situation with mineral water and juice poisoning in the Republic of Croatia is being monitored, but so far there is no information that there are any harmful beverages on the Macedonian market, the Food and Veterinary Agency of Macedonia (FVA) informed on Wednesday.

The Agency says that as the contact point of the European Commission Food Alerts – Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF), until this moment it has not received a notification that unsafe mineral waters and carbonated drinks have been placed on the Macedonian market.

The FVS says it is monitoring the situation with cases of poisoning with carbonated beverages and mineral water in the Republic of Croatia. The inspection controls during the import of food from this country have been strengthened and if the need arises, the necessary measures will be taken in time to protect the citizens.


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