b'ENSURING SAFE FOOD FOR ALLClamping down on illegal importsIllegally imported food products pose food safety risks. Enforcement action, such as composition fines, suspension of licences, and prosecution in court will be taken. Offenders are liable upon conviction to a maximum fine of $50,000 and/or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years. In FY 2019, SFA issued 78 warnings and 28 compound fines for cases of illegal imports. In addition, 17 cases were prosecuted in court. TOTALProsecutionCompound fines Warnings17 9.12 28 16.61 78 25.85Cases Volume involved (t) Cases Volume involved (t) Cases Volume involved (t)(t)tonnesMEAT & MEAT PRODUCTS Compound fines3 0.13Cases Volume involved (t)ProsecutionWarnings4 2.84 1 0.64Cases Volume involved (t) Cases Volume involved (t)FISH & FISH PRODUCTS Compound fines2 0.08Cases Volume involved (t)ProsecutionWarnings0 0 1 0.04Cases Volume involved (t) Cases Volume involved (t)38 SINGAPORE FOOD AGENCYANNUAL REPORT 2019/20'