Armenia’s food safety watchdog finds no incompliance in ‘Aparan’ spring water
YEREVAN, July 7. /ARKA/. Armenia’s state food safety service found no incompliance with the standards in drinking water ‘Aparan’ produced by WaterLock company, the press office of the service said in commenting analyses by Russia’s Roscontrol.
According to earlier reports, Roscontrol made laboratory analyses of bottled drinking water from well-known producers, including ‘Aparan’ and found excess concentration of bacteria and nitrates compared to the norms for high-class water.
The service said immediately after the media reports on the incompliance it took samples of ‘Aparan’ to check ammonium salts, nitrates and to make biological analyses. No incompliance with the norms was found, according to the report.
The watchdog made a conclusion ‘Aparan’ drinking water complied with the sanitary norms and requirements, says the report.
WaterLock founded in 2000 manufactures spring drinking water ‘Aparan’. The company owns two springs in the ecologically pure zone of Aragats foothills. –0--