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The CPS examined for compliance with about 88 thousand samples of fruits and vegetables for the first nine months of 2018, reported on the Agency’s website.
«For 9 months of 2018 for sanitary-chemical, microbiological and physico-chemical parameters was studied about 88 thousand samples of fruits and vegetables», — stated in the message.
According to authorities, the proportion of samples that do not meet the standards for content of chemical impurities during this period was 0.91 percent, on import of horticultural products — 0.68% of domestic – 0,95%. The highest percentage of samples of gourds that do not meet the standards (3,88%, including imported products — 5,25%).
It added that the proportion of samples that do not meet the standards for microbiological indicators, amounted to 2.95% (for imported products — of 4.52%, domestic production was 2.84%). The proportion of samples of imported fruits and berries that do not meet the standards according to indicators of 10.58%.