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Navigating global markets: 1,4GROUP secures import tolerance for 1,4SIGHT in Japan

The Japanese Ministry for Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) updated food residue standards on March 4, 2024, incorporating a maximum residue level of 15ppm for 1,4-DMN in potatoes.

“The ministry’s assessment concluded that residues of 1,4-DMN in potatoes pose no health concerns. This favorable determination is a significant step forward in enhancing the global trade of potatoes,” stated Jeanette VonKrosigk, Global Regulatory Affairs Director at 1,4GROUP.

The setting of import tolerance for 1,4-DMN is anticipated to promote global potato trade and optimize storage practices worldwide. “We are working with our market channel partners ensuring that 1,4SIGHT expanded use is seamlessly integrated into their operations,” said John Hren, Global Sales & Marketing Director. 

Source: 1,4GROUP
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For inquiries, please contact Jennifer Bills, Global Communications Marketing Manager at  1,4GROUP, jbills@14group.com or 208.985.7851.
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