Maximum Limits for Marine Biotoxins, Inorganic Arsenic, and Methanol in Food


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MAXIMUM LIMITS FOR MARINE BIOTOXINS, INORGANIC ARSENIC, AND METHANOL IN FOOD

Maximum limits for incidental constituents in food, commonly termed as “contaminants” are specified under the Food Regulations. The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) continuously reviews and updates maximum limits for incidental constituents under the Food Regulations in order to safeguard consumer health and to meet the changing needs of the food industry. Maximum limits are published on SFA’s website to provide greater transparency to the industry on Singapore’s requirements. 

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