SHAFAQNA Türkiye – According to Inside Eat Turkish news, pesticides have been found in lemons exported from Turkey to Bulgaria.
According to information published in the European Union Food Alert System RASFF, pesticides have been detected in lemons at 3-4 times the legal limit.
A pesticide is known as a chemical.
Substances and methods, such as chemicals, some organic compounds, disinfectants, used to eliminate the harmful effects of bacteria, viruses and pests are called “pesticides”.
After detection at the border control, the products will be returned to Turkey.
On the other hand, after the allegations, citizens began to worry about the distribution of lemons to the domestic market.
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