New Zealand braces for more shell crackers as New Zealand bans the export of new crackers
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New Zealand has imposed a ban on new shell crackercare products after the US banned the products.
Shell crackers are a popular brand of crackers that are made with corn oil and corn flour, which is commonly used in cooking.
New Zealand banned sales of new shell cracking products, including the “Gig” and “Gator” brands.
New Zealand is one of the world’s top producers of shell crackering, and imports more than 50,000 tonnes of cracker each year.
The country imports more crackers than any other country, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
In a statement on Thursday, the FAO said New Zealand “will not tolerate the importation of new product, as it is prohibited by US law.”
“In addition to the ban on the import of new products, the country will also ensure that all existing products in the supply chain are sold in New Zealand.”
The ban will not apply to “new products that have been manufactured or manufactured by the New Zealand Government” or to products manufactured by another New Zealand-based company.
The government will not be able to ban imports of “new product,” it said.
New York Times reporter Sarah Kuta contributed to this report.
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