The eighteenth resolution (2016) issued by the Conference of Criminal Divisions of Taiwan’s Supreme Court states that those who engage in the adulteration or false representation of foods, or who add additives not approved by the central competent authority (as set forth respectively in subparagraphs 7 and 10 of Article 15 of the Act Governing Food Safety and Sanitation), such persons shall be punished with prison sentences and fines according to Article 49 of the same Act without a determination being made as to whether such conduct are in fact harmful to human health.