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2017-12-03 Practitioner Tsan-hsing, Dr. Sulien Hsieh(謝奕翎), Public Memorial

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 10 December 2017 18:54 )  

Newsflash

The government yesterday ordered certain food and drink products that use emulsifiers to be removed from stores unless they can provide proof that their products are free of the chemical di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP).

Affected items include sports drinks, juice, tea beverages, syrup and jams, as well as tablet supplements and powdered food products, Department of Health (DOH) Minister Chiu Wen-ta (邱文達) said.

All products in the five categories need be certified to be free of the chemical before being put on the market, he said.