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Markets  |  August 15, 2012 13:50:11

Stop barrage of low-quality honey will be difficult, says agricultural inspectors


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Czech businesses are increasingly flooding the forged honey, defense against this phenomenon, however complex, said State Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority. Journalists on Wednesday reported that Deputy Martin Klanica inspection.

"We as a food inspection to check the quality of honey from retailers and the results of these checks are not very satisfactory. We get a variety of stimuli and controls at the manufacturers or suppliers. The problem is that this is the control domain of the State Veterinary Administration. This error is not repeated, but samples directly from our trade shows something else. I can not imagine themselves in the honey traders adding substances that do not belong there or otherwise edited honey, "said the deputy.

He feels as if the veterinary services or outputs CAFIA read. Food producers, according Klanice appear ever new ways to falsify honey producers and govern. "Unfortunately, we can say that the manufacturers and suppliers of honey are a step or two ahead of the enforcement authorities," said Klanica.

For poor quality honey is CAFIA mainly by pressure on the price. Similarly, express and beekeepers. "We would not even mind that they sell honey substitutes, whether our own or foreign. Just that they can not say honey and consumers must be clear that you buy honey," said Rudolf Peleška for beekeepers.

Susan Fojčíková, fojcikova@mediafax.cz

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