Thailand to urgently regulate chemical residues in rice

BANGKOK, July 19 – Thai Public Health Minister Pradit Sintavanarong will accelerate the country’s implementation of a food safety regulation to regulate the amount of chemical residues in accord with World Health Organisation Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) to help ensure the quality of Thai rice.

The ministry originally planned to submit a request for the international production and testing practice in 2015 but decided to move it forward and apply within the next six months.

Read more: MCOT

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