Nutritional supplements are prescribed for a better health system and, therefore, when there arises some news regarding the existence of petrochemical benzene in them; it fuels the matter into great concerns.
Recently, there were reports from ABC-TV that a certified organic nutritional supplement has been found with this substance. Following this, the organic farmers around Australia are speeding up to check-up their past records.
As said by the manufacturer, Nutri-Tech Solutions on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, this matter is of a great concern and therefore they are conducting their own testing procedures over that product and few others to cross check the presence of a synthetic nitrate.
According to Andre Leu from the Organic Federation of Australia, if in case, they found some kind of a residue in the soil, farmers responsible, would be immediately terminated and their endorsement would be directly snatched away. Those producing superior quality will get the chance to produce that organic substance further.
He added "The reaction is supreme disappointment across the board, because certification is very important for us to guarantee the integrity of organic products and especially with our consumers, because they want a guarantee that these are genuine organic products without the use of toxic chemicals".
Besides the federation, the Federal Government has been also asked to carry on an external audit over the authorization system in regard of organic farming inputs.
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