By Huang Chien-hua, Fang Chih-hsien, Wu Liang-yi and Jake Chung / Staff reporters, with staff writer
Harmful microorganisms can accumulate in food products that have expired, Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Department of To~信用貸款率利試算表excelxicology doctor Yan Tsung-hai （顏宗海） said, adding that ingesting such foods could cause acute gastroenteritis.
One product, Kuang Chung Almonds （光中杏）,~個人小額信貸比較 contains almonds that expired in August 2008, which have been repackaged into the newer product over the past nine years, Yang said.
The department said it was investigating whether more pr~桃園代書借款oducts from the importer remain on the market.
The Kaohsiung District Prosecutors’ Office said the two firms are suspected of having generated more than NT$1 million （US$33,132） in profit from sales of the products contain~留學貸款ptting expired ingredients.
If left too long after expiring, almonds and other nuts, as well as peanuts, can generate aflatoxins, which can cause hepatoxicity — chemically induced~怎麼跟銀行借錢 liver damage — after being eaten, Yan said.
The Food and Drug Administration （FDA） on Thursday announced that it on Wednesday identified two products made by Mo~信貸整合代償ther Nature Co （春橋田） and Taiwan Naturals and Organics Inc （台灣有機） that contain repackaged ingredients that expired nine years ago.
Bail was set at NT$300,000 for Hsu, NT$~前置協商流程200,000 each for the Tsais and NT$100,000 for Cheng, it added.
The 56-year-old owner of both companies, surnamed Hsu （許）, a general manager surnamed Tsai （蔡）, an administrative department director also surnamed Tsai and a warehouse manager surnamed Cheng （鄭） were released on bail after questioning by prosecutors on Thursday, the office said.
The agency said it had impounded 29 tonnes of the products, adding that it ordered all products manufactured by the ~信用瑕疵信貸two firms to be removed from store shelves nationwide by midnight yesterday.
RECYCLING: Employees of the companies said seven expired products had been repa~政府中小企業貸款ckaged~信用貸款利率試算 as ingredients in a total of 31 products over the past nine years
Administration official Yang Chien-hui （楊千慧） said that staff from both companies admitted that seven expired products — cashews, three types of almonds, oatmeal and powdered and granular black sugar — had been repackaged into a total of 31 products.
Separately yesterday, the Taichung Department of Health said in a news release that 12.5 tonnes ~個人信用貸款是什麼o~信用不好如何借錢f~個人貸款利率 unmarked pork was found in the possession of a meat importer in Cingshui District （清水） on April 26.
Frozen chicken drumsticks that had expired at ~借錢週轉least three months ago were also found at the importer, the department said, adding that all products have been impounded.
~原住民青年創業貸款利率The administration is investigating which chain stores have distributed the expired products, but the list would not be published until every package is tracked down, FDA Southern Taiwan Management Center Director Liu Fang-ming （劉芳銘） sai~信用貸款利率2017d.
Additio~哪裡可以借錢分期付款nal reporting by Tsai Shu-yuan