Russian veterinary inspectorate finds carcinogen in Latvian sprats

Russian veterinary inspectorate finds carcinogen in Latvian sprats

YEREVAN, January 13. /ARKA/. Russia’s veterinary inspectorate found benzapyrene to be above permissible limits in sprats produced by a Latvian company, Prime reported referring to the inspectorate.

The carcinogen was found in a frontier laboratory examination of the canned sprats manufactured by Latvian SIA Randa Klavas company. 

Even small concentration of benzapyrene is dangerous for human health as it can accumulate in the human body, says the report.

The inspectorate instructed to maintain stricter laboratory control over the Latvian enterprise. According to earlier reports, Russian veterinary inspectorate has its claims on fish products from a number of countries, including Latvia. –0--

13:16 13.01.2014

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