Ararat Cognac Factory products banned in Belarus

Belarus Bans Import of ‘Ararat Brandy Factory’ Products after Dye Discovery

In response to the discovery of inconsistencies in their products, the “Ararat Brandy Factory” has been banned from importing and selling their goods in Belarus. This announcement was made by Alexander Tarasenko, the chief state sanitary doctor of Belarus, through a press release from the regional center of hygiene, epidemiology, and public health in Gomel.

The ban on the import, storage, transportation, sale, and use of products from the Belarus-based “Ararat Brandy Factory” LLC is due to the detection of a harmful dye in their products. This prompted the need for immediate action to remove these items from circulation and dispose of them properly.

It is worth noting that “Ararat Brandy Factory” is known for producing wine and brandy products. This news serves as a cautionary measure to ensure public safety and health in Belarus. The decision to ban these products underscores the importance of strict quality control measures in the production and distribution of food and beverage items.


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