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  • Saline solution shipment to ease Taiwan’s medical shortage

    Discover how Taiwan is tackling its saline solution shortage with the arrival of 100,000 bottles on June 12 and steps taken by the FDA to ensure medical supply continuity.
    2024/06/12 15:32
  • Taiwan FDA finds carcinogen in US sauces, orders destruction

    Discover why Taiwan’s FDA is destroying three U.S.-imported seasoning sauces, including a popular steak sauce, due to carcinogen ethylene oxide detection. Learn more about the safety measures.
    2024/06/11 11:50
  • YouBike service outage affects commuters nationwide

    Discover why Taiwan’s FDA is destroying three U.S.-imported seasoning sauces, including a popular steak sauce, due to carcinogen ethylene oxide detection. Learn more about the safety measures.
    2024/06/11 11:38
  • Taiwan orders recall of schizophrenia drug ABILIFY

    Taiwan’s FDA announces a recall of Otsuka America Pharmaceutical’s ABILIFY tablets due to contamination concerns after a notification from the U.S. FDA. The recall affects 1.789 million tablets of 5mg and 30mg doses across three batch numbers, used for treating schizophrenia and other disorders, after unclean production lines led to potential mixing with other pharmaceutical ingredients. The Taiwan FDA urges completion of the recall by May 26 and advises patients to seek alternative treatments.
    2024/05/07 18:04
  • FDA probes 54 cases linked to red yeast product

    Explore the ongoing controversy in Taiwan over Kobayashi Pharmaceutical’s red yeast product, as the FDA investigates 58 cases of adverse reactions without confirmed causality, amidst reports of kidney disease and deaths in Japan. Taiwan responds with preventive recalls and consumer protection measures.
    2024/04/24 17:57
  • Taiwan acts on red yeast rice health scare

    Taipei (TVBS News) reports that Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken action after businesses reported using red yeast rice raw materials from Japan’s Kobayashi Pharmaceutical, linked to kidney disease. Preventive measures have been taken, with products removed from shelves. FDA Director-General Wu Hsiu-mei oversees the situation to safeguard consumer safety.
    2024/03/28 17:57
  • Taiwan’s FDA investigates deadly food poisoning case

    A suspected mass food poisoning incident at a vegetarian restaurant in Taipei’s Xinyi District has left one person dead and eight others ill, according to Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration. Wu Shou-mei, Director-General of the FDA, stated that three victims are in serious condition. The incident occurred at Polam Kopitiam in the Far Eastern Department Store’s Xinyi A13 branch. Authorities are investigating the cause and testing food samples from the restaurant.
    2024/03/27 13:45
  • Taiwan premier apologizes for Sudan Red dye scandal

    Premier Chen Chien-jen issues a public apology on behalf of the FDA over Sudan Red dye in chili powder. Efforts to address the issue ongoing. Chen pledges to rectify the problem and improve sampling inspection methods.
    2024/03/15 18:19
  • Taiwan halts chili powder imports amid carcinogen scare

    Taipei’s FDA suspends chili powder imports from 21 Chinese suppliers for three months due to health concerns. The powder tested positive for Sudan III, a banned substance, prompting a recall of contaminated products. Sudan III is classified as a possibly carcinogenic substance by the WHO. The FDA warns that adding Sudan III to food violates food safety laws and could lead to severe penalties.
    2024/02/21 13:34
  • Taichung pork tests positive for lean meat powder: FDA

    Taiwan’s FDA confirms detection of Cimbuterol in pork sample from Taichung, with trace levels at 0.001ppm. Public urged not to worry as only one package tested positive and levels are very low. Further test results to be released after the holiday.
    2024/02/07 11:39
  • Taiwan FDA clears TaiSugar pork of cimbuterol concerns

    Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has confirmed that no traces of the drug Cimbuterol were found in TaiSugar’s frozen pork slice products. The Taichung City Government previously reported the presence of 0.002ppm of Cimbuterol in pork cuts manufactured by TaiSugar. However, the Ministry of Agriculture disputed this claim, stating that tests on both pig hair from the farm of origin and samples from the same batch of pork products were negative for beta-agonists. Wang Der-yuan, the FDA deputy director, emphasized that Cimbuterol is not approved for use in humans or animals and is primarily used as a standard sample in laboratories. The FDA conducted examinations of three samples of TaiSugar’s pork products using the Ministry of Health and Welfare’s protocol for testing veterinary drug residues, and the results showed no traces of Cimbuterol.
    2024/02/05 13:18
  • Taiwan detects pesticide in Japanese strawberry imports

    A shipment of strawberries from Saitama, Japan has been found to have excessive pesticide residue, according to Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The imported strawberries, weighing a total of 3.5 kilograms, exceeded permitted pesticide levels. Deputy Director of the FDA, Lin Chin-fu, stated that all imported Japanese strawberries undergo 100% customs inspection. From July 15, 2023 to January 15, 2024, 2.3 metric tons of Japanese strawberries were discovered to contain pesticide residue. Out of 325 batches inspected, 14 failed the inspection, resulting in a failure rate of 4.31%. Since June 1, 2023, all shipments of strawberries from Japan to Taiwan have been subjected to batch-by-batch inspections. Japanese manufacturers failing inspections will face a one-month import suspension.
    2024/01/23 14:59
  • FDA increases inspection on Japan-imported strawberries

    Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has identified two batches of Japanese strawberries as non-compliant due to pesticide residue issues. The strawberries, imported from Fukuoka and Tochigi, failed to pass border inspections and will now undergo 100 percent batch inspection. Out of the 1,084 batches of Japanese strawberries inspected this year, 19 were found to be non-compliant, accounting for a rate of 1.75 percent. The FDA will continue to conduct thorough inspections until April 30, 2024, to ensure compliance with pesticide residue regulations.
    2023/12/26 19:48
  • FDA destroys 2kg of Japanese green tea powder at border

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that two kilograms of green tea powder imported from Japan were destroyed at the border due to trace amounts of radioactive cesium-137. The batch’s cesium-137 levels were within the acceptable limit of 100 becquerels per kilogram, but the FDA emphasized the importance of ethical practices and urged businesses to adhere to them. The FDA tested the batch on October 31 and found 3 becquerels per kg of cesium-137 and 3 becquerels per kg of cesium-134 plus cesium-137. Since last year, food from five prefectures of Fukushima, Japan, has been imported to Taiwan, provided it meets radiation and origin inspection requirements. The FDA’s regulations for cesium-134 and cesium-137 levels in various food categories are based on the "Standards for the Tolerance of Atomic Dust and Radioactivity Contamination in Foods." From 2011 to 2023, Taiwan has tested 224,970 batches of Japanese food, with 252 samples showing trace radioactivity that did not exceed national or Japanese standards.
    2023/11/22 19:45
  • Taiwan tests pork for ractopamine after mislabeled incident

    The Ministry of Health and Welfare Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has discovered a food company in Taoyuan City that dishonestly labeled pork from the U.S. as being from Canada. The company claimed that an oversight in modifying shipping invoices led to the mistaken labeling.
    2023/10/16 10:53
  • Taiwan FDA: No drug shortages amid Israel-Palestine conflict

    Taiwan FDA assures ample medication supply amid global concerns over Israeli-Palestinian conflict’s impact. Insights from Deputy Director-General Chen Hui-fang and pharmacist Huang Yen-ju. Stay updated on crisis responses and more.
    2023/10/11 19:29
  • No ractopamine pork in Taiwan, says Taiwan’s FDA

    FDA Deputy Director confirms no ractopamine pork in Taiwan. All imported pork inspected at borders has passed without ractopamine detection. No incidents of ractopamine pork were found in over 12,000 inspections as two companies will face penalties for mislabeling imported meats.
    2023/10/05 21:02
  • Taiwan FDA uncovers U.S. pork mislabeling scandal

    The Taiwan Food and Drug Administration has discovered that Hsin Hsing Frozen Food Co. Ltd. in Taoyuan has been selling hotpot pork slices labeled as Canadian but actually contain U.S. pork.
    2023/10/04 19:50
  • FDA recalls 20K mislabeled imported Brazilian eggs

    Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (FDA) revealed on Wednesday (Sept. 13) that authorities are recycling a batch of erroneously labeled eggs imported from Brazil, roughly estimated to have 2,000 cartons, equaling 20,000 eggs, supplied to the supermarket chain PX Mart.
    2023/09/13 20:15
  • FDA finds food safety issues at border inspection

    Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reported that several food items failed safety standards at border inspection. These include American cherries, Chinese chili powder and Thai mangosteen.
    2023/09/12 15:05
  • Vaccine expert guilty of leaking confidential Medigen info

    On Wednesday (Sept .6), the Shihlin District Court ruled that Liu Tsang-wu, a member of the vaccine review committee under the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), was guilty of leaking confidential information about the Medigen vaccine.
    2023/09/06 18:57
  • Taiwan FDA considers lifting ban on Japanese strawberries

    The Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is considering easing a ban on two types of pesticides — chlorfenapyr and flonicamid — used on strawberries imported from Japan, in response to a frequent request made by Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association.
    2023/05/04 17:46
  • Taiwan FDA: Painkillers supply remains stable

    The Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it would not limit how many fever-reducing meds people can buy after a recent meeting with local drug manufacturers and pharmacy associations. 
    2023/01/03 17:23
  • 化妝品法規接軌國際 台灣成為ICCR正式會員

    化妝品法規接軌國際,食藥署今天宣布,以台灣食藥署(Taiwan FDA)的名義正式加入國際化妝品法規合作會議(ICCR)會員,可望掌握國際化妝品法規趨勢,強化民眾使用安全。
    2020/12/10 15:11
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