Invima clarifies that it has not ordered batches of milk to be withdrawn from the market due to whey

Invima clarifies that it has not ordered batches of milk to be withdrawn from the market due to whey
Invima clarifies that it has not ordered batches of milk to be withdrawn from the market due to whey

In previous days, it was reported that the National Institute for Food and Drug Surveillance (Invima) would have ordered the removal of several batches of dairy products from the ‘Aro’ and ‘Gold Medal’ brands. The entity clarified what happened to these companies and the measures that were taken.

Last February, the entity carried out inspections at the two milk processing plants and the statement was issued stating: “Concentration levels greater than 30 µg/mL of Caseinomacropeptide -CMP were found in laboratory tests carried out by Invima.”

As measures for the companies manufacturing these products, Invima pointed out that: “These establishments were subject to the application of health and safety measures, consisting of Suspension of work and/or services of the UAT – UHT whole liquid milk line and Freezing of the corresponding products“.

In the same way, it was clarified that the plants involved have carried out the requested corrective actions and Invima gave viability to continue production.

In a first version, EL TIEMPO published by mistake that the entity had ordered that some lots of the ‘Aro’ and ‘Gold Medal’ brands be withdrawn from the market. The information has already been corrected.

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