Taiwan’s Top Pot Bakery is facing fines from the State Administration for Industry and Commerce for continuing business without having an approved trademark, Shanghai Daily reports.
If they are found using unregistered trademark and the volume of illegal sales reaches above 50,000 Yuan, they can be fined up to 20 percent of the illegal sales.
This is not the first time Top Pot Bakery has been in hot water. Recently it was fined 37,000 yuan in Taiwan for running ads that falsely claimed its breads did not contain additives or modifying agents when they in fact included nine artificial flavours.
Haorun Catering admitted that some of their products contained edible flavours but did not specify if they were artificial flavours or not.
[By Sam Canpadee // Image credit: @infomofo]