The CPS has denied information on the content of lead and cadmium in the diet products of the Russian production, said the press service of the Ministry.
"Puzzling information published by Ukrainian media," about the discovery of exceeding the permissible levels of lead and cadmium in such products " and " about resolving the issue by bodies of the State sanitary-epidemiological service of Ukraine regarding the prohibition of circulation in Ukraine is dangerous for the health of children with phenylketonuria, medicinal food of the Russian production ", – it is reported in the report on the Internet representation of the CPS.
the Ministry commented that the food diet of therapeutic food for children, patients with phenylketonuria " Afenilak ", " Nutrigen ", "Tetraphen -" in 2012, in the prescribed manner to be registered by the Federal service, and in 2014 passed the procedure of re-registration in congruence with the requirements of technical regulations of the Customs Union (CU), all data entered in the Register of certificates of State registration of the CU. Products besprepyatstvenno drawn throughout the EEU, for the time of production and release cases conflict with the requirements of technical regulations of the customs Union, acts of the Eurasian economic Union, sanitary law, Russia has never been revealed, said in Rospotrebnadzor. Prior to that, in a number of Ukrainian media have any unfounded information that Russian diets, as if it contained lead and cadmium. Recall, the Cabinet of Ministers of Russia has decided from 1 January to enter the food embargo on Ukraine. It was a response to the annexation of Kiev to the European sanctions against Russia. After tripartite consultations on Association of Ukraine with the EU, held in early October, Ulyukayev said that the Russian Federation is not satisfied with the EU's proposals. On Thursday, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that Ukraine's losses from Russian food embargo will be hundreds and hundreds of million dollars.