Authorities in Catalonia have published details of official controls on food quality and food fraud during 2019.

The Government of Catalonia’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, and Food in Spain conducted more than 900 inspections in 133 companies this past year. Most inspected firms were in the meat products sector, followed by wine producers as well as processed meat and fishery product companies.

Types of control related to traceability and labeling, processes, and checking product quality and authenticity. Officials checked 438 labels of 114 products and found 341 of them to be non-compliant. Operators inspected pose a medium or high
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