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7% of cases (n = 1751), the mislabeling was corrected without any additional consequences.
Mislabeling, or improper identification, refers to instances when a substitute herb is included in a formulation.
But where mishaps in labeling the product promotion lead to more losses than anticipated, this is an uninsured event, not one for which the mislabeling company can obtain standard liability insurance coverage.
It is also a subsidiary of a company which has had to pay more than $370 million dollars in fines over the past 20 years in the States for niceties which include: violations including falsifying records, violating inventory limits, mislabeling of drums containing hazardous waste to mislead inspectors, mishandling of hazardous wastes, selling home heating oil contaminated with PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyl) and dioxin, and bribing mayors to obtain municipal waste hauling contracts, and so on.
Officials reviewed the incident with the employee responsible for the mislabeling but took no disciplinary action.
According to Fain and Frank Chapman, a sturgeon researcher at the University of Florida at Gainesville, categories of caviar can legitimately contain more than one species, so Birstein and his colleagues may have overstated the degree of mislabeling.
With mislabeling charges being filed against more ane more companies, it's looking increasingly risky for plastics product manufacturers to make claims about recyclability or degradability.
Consequently, the authors recommended that nations conduct studies to benchmark current sample mislabeling rates (and WBIT) as a basis for establishing performance standards.
Consumers that live with celiac disease and other food allergies face serious challenges on a daily basis when shopping the grocery store aisles and the mislabeling of certain foods can cause life-threatening situations," said Steven Singer, President and Founder of the Glutino Food Group.
FOOD MISLABELING NEVER PAYS (The Daily Yomiuri as translated from the Yomiuri Shimbun)
This mislabeling has been inflicted most heavily on our minority communities, as anyone who takes the time to visit a special-ed classroom will see.