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Regulatory Measure of Imported Alcohol from 5 Prefectures including Fukushima, Japan

To prevent contaminated alcohol from being imported into Taiwan, the MOF has conducted lot-to-lot inspection on imported alcohol from 5 Prefectures including Fukushima, Gunma, Ibaraki, Tochigi, and Chiba, Japan since the nuclear incident of March 2011. The MOF has entrusted the National Atomic Research Institute to conduct radiation detection. Only alcohol which is in compliance with the“Standards for the Tolerance of Atomic Dust and Radioactivity Contamination in Foods” stipulated by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, is allowed to be imported. So far, the test results have all detected zero radiation. The results have been published on the NTA website on a monthly basis for the public.

Issued:Tobacco and Alcohol Management Division Release date:2022-03-25 Last updated:2023-10-02