Panama returns 25,000 kilos of onions to the NetherlandsStaff writer ▼ | December 17, 2015
The director of verification for the Aupsa, Jorge Landires, said: "We have ordered the return of more than 25,000 kilograms of onions to the Netherlands after detecting they had mold".
Going back Onions had mold
He also stated that they had started infringement proceedings against the two importers so that they can be appropriately sanctioned for failing to comply with phytosanitary standards, which clearly require that all imports of food products for human or animal consumption arrive in optimal conditions for consumption.
This year, the Aupsa has incinerated nearly 158,387.93 kilograms of food and re-exported 135,930 kilograms that couldn't enter Panama because they didn't comply with health and / or phytosanitary requirements. ■