Date: May 05, 2015
By: Jasmine Siu
The revelation came after Taipei City government’s Department of Health yesterday released its latest investigation on tea products sold by the local industry.
Twenty-five teas, including nine tea leaf samples and 16 herbal tea samples, were inspected.
Of these, 17 were found to contain pesticide residuals, including six that exceeded safety limits. These included Earl Grey, Jasmine, Roselle, Rose and Chrysanthemum. [FULL STORY]