Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – September 20

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – September 20

Tuoi Tre News briefs you on some of the leading news stories that are published today, September 20, in Vietnamese media.

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Ministry wants to know why a Chinese pear took five months to rot

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Ministry wants to know why a Chinese pear took five months to rot

VietNamNet Bridge – A Chinese pear bought by the director of the National Institute for Food Safety and Hygiene Testing in Hanoi began to rot after an unusually long five month period.

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Experts warn about harm of Chinese fruits with preservatives

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Experts warn about harm of Chinese fruits with preservatives

Vietnamese health experts have warned against China-originated fruits and farm produce containing unidentified preservatives that can be harmful to human health, such as causing mental poisoning or metabolic disorder.

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Chinese pears with preservatives remain fresh after 5 months

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Chinese pears with preservatives remain fresh after 5 months

After absorbing unknown preservatives, Chinese pears can remain fresh for five months in normal environmental conditions in Vietnam, a Vietnamese food safety official has warned.

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Chinese pears with preservatives remain fresh after 5 months

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Chinese pears with preservatives remain fresh after 5 months

After absorbing unknown preservatives, Chinese pears can remain fresh for five months in normal environmental conditions in Vietnam, a Vietnamese food safety official has warned.

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No abnormalities found in Chinese mushrooms in Vietnam: official

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No abnormalities found in Chinese mushrooms in Vietnam: official

Most of the imported mushrooms available in Vietnam are from China, but food safety agencies have so far found these products to be normal, an official said Sunday amid concerns that Chinese fungi can remain fresh for an unusually long time.

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Vietnam turns away 500 tons of toxic Chinese fruit

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Báo Thanh Niên English 4 month(s) ago

Vietnamese food inspectors have flagged nearly 500 tons of Chinese fruits and vegetables bound for Vietnamese consumers citing an excess of pesticides and preservatives.

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Ministry mulls over sin tax on soft drinks

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Ministry mulls over sin tax on soft drinks

The Ministry of Finance is considering a special consumption tax on soft drinks for their potential health risks.

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Ministry mulls over sin tax on soft drinks

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Ministry mulls over sin tax on soft drinks

The Ministry of Finance is considering a special consumption tax on soft drinks for their potential health risks.

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Japan supports preservation of former Royal Citadel's precious relics

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VietNam News English 8 month(s) ago

The Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties of Japan will develop new techniques to preserve valuable wooden relics in the Thang Long Imperial Citadel.

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Japan helps preserve Thang Long’s relics

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VietnamPlus English 8 month(s) ago

Japan’s Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties is developing technology to preserve the valuable wooden relics in the Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi.

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Japan helps with Thang Long Citadel preservation

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VOV News English 8 month(s) ago

Japan helps with Thang Long Citadel preservation

(VOV) -The Nara National Research Institute for Japanese Cultural Properties is researching and developing preservation technology tailored to the priceless wooden relics within Hanoi’s Thang Long Imperial Citadel.

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Truckload of spices without clear origin caught in Hanoi

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SaiGon GP English 10 month(s) ago

Anti-environment crime police in Hanoi caught a truck carrying spices without clear origin on November 27.

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Vietnam manufacturers make profits with overseas factories

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Báo Dân Trí English 11 month(s) ago

Vietnam manufacturers make profits with overseas factories

Several Vietnamese companies have transferred manufacturing operations overseas.

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Tainted fruit poison 10 students

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VietNam News English 13 month(s) ago

Tainted fruit poison 10 students

Fruits loaded with toxic preservatives is blamed for poisoning 10 students in Muong Nhe District boarding school in northern Dien Bien Province hospitalise early this week.

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