In the fourth quarter of 2020, the Shanghai Municipal Market Supervision and Administration Bureau, based on the annual plan for food safety sampling and monitoring, conducted a total of 12,320 batches of food in 32 categories produced and operated within the city. Samples were inspected randomly. There were 12223 batches of qualified samples, with a pass rate of 99.21%; 97 batches of unqualified samples, with a disqualified rate of 0.79%(the unqualified food information has been disclosed in time). The pass rate of bulk foods remained basically stable. The pass rates of processed grain products, edible oils, fats and their products, dairy products, meat products, egg products and other food products with high consumption volume were all 100%, which were all higher than the overall pass rate. , See the attached table for the results of various food supervision and random inspections.
The main problems found in random inspections are:microbial contamination, heavy metal contamination, substandard quality indicators, and excessive pesticide and veterinary drug residues. Among them, there were 3 unqualified sugars, with a disqualification rate of 4.48%, 4 unqualified pastries, with a disqualification rate of 1.39%, and the reasons for the disqualification were all microbial contamination and substandard quality indicators; 23 unqualified edible agricultural products with a disqualification rate of 1.23%, mainly due to excessive heavy metal and other elemental pollutants and excessive pesticide and veterinary drug residues; 62 catering foods were unqualified, with a disqualification rate of 1.03%, mainly due to microbial contamination.
In response to the problems found in the above supervision and random inspections, the market supervision departments at all levels have taken measures to investigate and deal with in accordance with the law, and urge producers and operators to immediately seal up, remove the shelves and recall substandard products , To find the cause of the problem in a timely manner, resolve the risk, strengthen the daily supervision of production and operation enterprises, increase tracking and random inspection efforts, and prevent and control food safety risks. The specific sampling information published by the Shanghai Municipal Market Supervision Administration can be found in the latest sampling announcement on the official website of the Shanghai Market Supervision Administration (http://scjgj.sh.gov.cn). If the public finds food safety violations, they can call the 12315 hotline to complain or report.
Shanghai Municipal Market Supervision Administration
January 5, 2021