Apricot Kernels are a popular nut product in Australia, but people often don't think about whether they are made in Australia or elsewhere when buying nuts. In fact, Australia is now the world's second-largest producer of apricot kernels, with a large export business while meeting domestic demand.
The European Union's food safety authority (EFSA) has issued an opinion on amending the maximum residue limit for fenazaquin by proposing a relaxation of the limit in apricot kernels, according to the European Union's food safety agency (EFSA). It is understood that Gowan Crop Protection Ltd has submitted an application to Greece to amend the maximum residual limit of quinacaryl ether in accordance with article 6 of the European commission regulation (EC) no. 396/2005.
As the saying goes, "fighting brother, fighting father and son soldiers," in the village of liujiaqueduct, the town of sha ge block, there are such a father and son. They gave up the comfortable life and stable job in the city and decided to go back to the countryside to start a business. They made use of the abundant ginkgo resources in their hometown and built a factory on their homestead. Through the Internet, in just one year, their Fried apricot kernels have been sold all over the country and even abroad.