This is the same tea that was included in the blood donor ration in Minsk, only loose, not in tea bags.
In Baranavichy, the “Crimean Bouquet” herbal tea, “General Tonic” and “Bland”, produced by the Sevastopol Dobrynya-Dar company, was seized from the stores. As Euroradio was informed in the Brest regional inspectorate of the State Standard, it does not meet the requirements of the technical regulations of the Customs Union TR TS 021/2011 “On food safety”.
In the Crimean tea, the experts found E. coli bacteria, anв elevated content of mould and yeast.
According to the results of the check, the “Crimean Bouquet” herbal tea, “General Tonic” and “Bland”, is prohibited for import and circulation on the territory of Belarus.
According to media reports, not loose, but packaged tea from the London Tea Club produced by Dobrynia-Dar was included in the food package, which each donor receives when donating blood at the City Center for Transfusiology at Minsk Clinical Hospital # 6. The deliveries took place officially - through the tenders on the government procurements website.