Container of tainted cabbage from South Korea intercepted

June 6, 2018 Nick Delgado

A notice from Guam Customs after the presence of larvae and aphids are found in 80 cases of cabbage shipped to Guam from South Korea. Agents intercepted and inspected the container back on May 29th. Samples were taken over to the Department of Agriculture

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