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Substance tolerance limits for milk powder, milk food and milk products

NameSubstance tolerance limits for milk powder, milk food and milk products
DescriptionAcceptable limits of radioactivity for milk powder, milk food and milk products is 95 bq of CS-137 per kilogram and that for other food items is 50bq of CS-137 per kilogram. The level of CS-137 in an item shall be calculated in the state it reaches the port without being liquefied, concentrated or processed. In case of local items, the level of CS-137 in an item shall be calculated in the state it is marketed. The highest acceptable limit of radioactivity levels may be revised by the government from time to time.
CommentsSubstance tolerance limits for milk powder, milk food and milk products
Validity From15-02-2016
Validity To30-06-2018
Reference
Technical Code
AgencyBangladesh Standards And Testing Institution(BSTI)
Created Date2015-08-25 13:40:59
Updated Date2016-05-11 21:23:20
StatusActive
Measure TypeRadiation Certificate Requirement
Legal/RegulationImport Policy Order 2015-18
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HS CodeDescription
Milk And Cream Of <=1% Fat,Not Concentrated Or Sweetened, Wrapped/Canned upto 2.5 kg
Milk&Cream In Powder Forms<=1.5%Fat,Con... Or Sweet.,In Reta.Pk.Upto 2.5kg
Yogurt
Fresh (Unripened Or Uncured)Cheese, Including Whey Cheese And Curd
Processed Cheese, Not Grated Or Powdered
Cheese, Nes
Preparations suitable for infants or young children, put up for retail sale
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