Armenia confirms to ban temporarily chocolate products


The Armenian Government has declared that it will temporarily ban the import of Kinder chocolate and chocolate products. because children are getting sick due to the consumption of chocolate products and it is very worrying.

According to the sources, after studying information that in several European countries, dozens of salmonella infections have been recorded as a result of the consumption of chocolate, especially Kinder chocolate eggs, the Food Safety Inspectorate of the Republic of Armenia intensified control over the production of the brand.


Inspection is underway at two companies importing the mentioned brand: “Slav Group” CJSC (imports from Russia) and “SAS Group” LLC (imports from Germany). Samples will be taken from the batches in the companies and submitted for laboratory examination.

An order has also been issued to temporarily ban the import of Kinder chocolate and chocolate products from Germany. The results of laboratory tests will be published.

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