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BISHKEK, August 15 (Itar-Tass) - Kyrgyz specialists have checked products of Ukraine’s Roshen Confectionary Corporation and they have recognised it as safe.
Kyrgyz specialists told Itar-Tass that Ukrainian confectionaries corresponded to the norms. “No toxic or potentially dangerous agents have been revealed in Ukrainian confectionaries,” specialists said.
The laboratory researches showed that there was no benzapyrene in Ukrainian candies.
Earlier, Russia and Kazakhstan banned the import of Ukraine’s Roshen confectionaries due to harmful agents.