Food safety incidents in Taiwan
The principal food safety incident in Taiwan was over the use of the plasticizer DEHP to replace palm oil in food and drinks as a clouding agent. The chemical agent has been linked to developmental problems with children as it affects hormones. The food affected includes beverages, fruit juices, bread, sports drinks, tea, and jam. After two years of investigations, the Taiwanese government levied NT$1.2 million in fines against 37 companies, or slightly more than US$1000 per company. [[Category:Uncategorized
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