Japan steps up scrutiny of garlic imported from India Back to News & Events List

Japan has increased monitoring of Indian garlic and garlic products after export samples from the country were found to have pesticide residue in March.
The monitoring inspection will increase by up to 30% after an export consignment of garlic from Maharashtra was found to have residues of a pesticide called ‘imidacloprid’.
Source: Times of india

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