9 children get blood disorder after consuming sausages from unlawful Chon Buri factory

Nine children have methemoglobinemia, a blood disorder, after they ate sausages from one manufacturing unit in Chon Buri. Local police and officials from the Food and Drug Administration inspected the manufacturing unit and talked to the owner after labels on the factory’s products matched what the children had eaten. The owner admitted to producing sausage products for five years with no allow. Her name was withheld. The products had no FDA approval and the chief of the Consumer Protection Police Division mentioned the factory didn’t move good manufacturing standards, or “GMS.”
According to said the manufacturing unit violated many sections of the Food Act, together with producing food merchandise that fail to comply with GMS and displaying false product labels. The GMS failure carries a nice of up to 10,000 baht and displaying false labels carries a nice of up to 30,000 baht. The factory had 32 brands and some products confirmed halal certificates. The chief stated if the merchandise are discovered to be pretend, the penalty could be between six months and 10 years in jail, or a nice from 5,000 baht to a hundred,000 baht, or each. No expenses have been pressed yet.
People get methemoglobinemia when their pink blood cells have irregular quantities of methemoglobin, stated FDA Deputy Secretary General Withit Saritdeechaikul. This makes folks dizzy and fatigued, and wanting breath. People who have it severely can get blue arms and toes, and even die..

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