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Controlling Ethylene Oxide residues in export food production at CJ Foods Vietnam Co., Ltd.

Nguyen Huong Giang Nguyen Thi Yen Nhi Phan Anh Viet Nguyen Thi Hong Phuc
Received: 08 Aug 2022
Revised: 08 Sep 2022
Accepted: 08 Sep 2022
Published: 05 Oct 2022

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Nguyen Huong Giang, Nguyen Thi Yen Nhi, Phan Anh Viet, Nguyen Thi Hong Phuc. "Controlling Ethylene Oxide residues in export food production at CJ Foods Vietnam Co., Ltd.". Vietnam Journal of Food Control. vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 372-380, 2022
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Abstract

Ethylene oxide (EO) is a gas used in some countries as a fungicide, bactericide, and insecticide in food. The lack of uniformity in EO regulations worldwide resulted in many products being placed on the market and used by consumers at the time the recall notice was issued, causing damage to business and consumers. Therefore, it is very important for enterprises to implement risk-based assessment and management. This report provides control method and analysis results of EO residue testing data in raw materials at CJ Foods Vietnam during the period from August 2021 to the end of July 2022. Since then, recommendations for Vietnamese regulations and businesses in controlling EO have been made.

Keywords:

Ethylene Oxide, European Union (EU) regulation, EO residue.

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