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Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Cabinet spokesman Sun Lih-chyun (孫立群) yesterday stressed that it is against the law to sell tainted food products, even if the final completed products pass all the required tests.
Taiwan's questionable oil scandal has spread to China and Hong Kong as domestic food companies affected by the food safety scare, such as Gourmet Master Co., the operator of 85oC Bakery Cafe, and Wei Chuan, have begun pulling their products from store shelves in Shanghai.
A group that gets its thrills by shooting nude photos in public places and posting them online struck again Monday at a Taipei Metro station and on a Taipei Metro carriage, local media reported on Tuesday.
The Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung City governments announced yesterday that specialty admission will be cancelled in their cities for the 2015 school year, a move that some say clearly violates the current policy of the Ministry of Education (MOE).
President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday said that the nation's defense budget for 2015 includes the first drop in expenditure for military personnel in recent years, making room for more to be spent on advanced weaponry.
The Ministry of National Defense (MND) has prepared a total of 66 military-developed products that have been awarded a total of 104 patents locally and internationally to showcase at this year's Taipei International Invention Show, which is set to take place later this month, a spokesman said yesterday
Taiwan may soon get a break from the high temperatures seen around the country in recent weeks as a front bringing cooler weather is expected to arrive in a few days, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Taiwan -- New Taipei fines dishonest store NT$6 mil.
With inspections connected to the polluted oil scandal underway, more well-known companies have been implicated for using tainted oil.
Pineapple buns and dumplings have been pulled from the shelves in Hong Kong as authorities investigate whether they contain gutter oil from Taiwan, where concerns are growing over a food safety scare, officials said Monday.
Taiwan -- FDA determines tainted oil a health hazard
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) yesterday announced the test results of Chung Guann Co., Ltd.'s (強冠公司) lard products, including three samples of recycled oil from the material supplier, the main materials of Chung Guann and recalled lard products.
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