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Danish arsenic-poisoned shrimps are banned in Russia
13.09.2012 14:01
Danish arsenic-poisoned shrimps are banned in Russia

Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) has banned import of Danish arsenic-poisoned shrimps. The harmful goods are produced by the Danish company Markus.


The boiled-frozen shrimps contain the potentially increased doze of arsenic. Shrimps could get the overdose of arsenic with sub-quality feed, considers Rosselkhoznadzor.


The overdose of arsenic can not kill a man, but can substantially harm his/her health. Arsenic can be accumulated in liver.


The ban on poisoned shrimps was introduced in the end of August, but came into force only today. During the period the shrimps were not imported into Russia.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian import     

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