Belarus bans products from Ararat Cognac Factory

The Belarus “Ararat Brandy Factory” LLC has been banned from importing and selling its products due to inconsistencies found in their production. The ban was issued by Alexander Tarasenko, the chief state sanitary doctor of Belarus, after the discovery of a dye in the product that did not meet regulatory standards.

All products manufactured by the factory are required to be removed from the market and disposed of properly. The factory, known for producing wine and brandy, will be subject to further monitoring and inspections to ensure compliance with all sanitary regulations moving forward.

The ban serves as a necessary measure to protect consumers from potentially harmful products. It is crucial to prioritize public health and safety when it comes to the production and sale of food and beverages.

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