[Inventory] In 2020, the State Administration of Market Supervision announced 306 batches of unqualified food, 30.1%less than in 2019
By: Date: 2021-01-07 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News According to the food sampling inspection information issued by the State Administration for Market Regulation (hereinafter referred to as the”Market Supervision Administration”), Food Partner Network has compiled a summary of the food sampling inspections in 2020. Statistics show that in 2020, the General Administration of Market Supervision issued a total of 27 food sampling inspections, including the first phase of special food inspections during the Spring Festival. A total of 306 batches of unqualified foods were announced, which was 30.1%less than the 438 batches in 2019.
  The largest number of unqualified foods announced in May
  According to the different release dates of sampling inspections, FoodPartner.com counted the number of unqualified foods announced from January to December 2020. Statistics show that the number of substandard foods announced in May was the largest, with 57 batches; no substandard foods were announced in February and March.
[Inventory] In 2020, the State Administration of Market Supervision announced 306 batches of unqualified food, 30.1%less than in 2019image
  Number of unqualified food batches announced by the State Administration of Market Supervision from January to December 2020
  Substandard food involves 24 categories
  From the category point of view, substandard foods involve health foods, biscuits, tea and related products, roasted seeds and nuts products, starch and starch products, soy products, convenience foods, bee products, pastries, canned food, alcohol, grain 24 categories including processed products, meat products, dairy products, sugar, edible agricultural products, vegetable products, potatoes and puffed foods. Among them, the number of unqualified samples of edible agricultural products was the largest, with 119 batches, accounting for about 40%of all unqualified samples; cakes ranked second, and meat products ranked third.
[Inventory] In 2020, the State Administration of Market Supervision announced 306 batches of unqualified food, 30.1%less than in 2019image(1)
  The category and batch number of non-conforming food
  Sixty percent of pesticide and veterinary drug residues and microbial contamination issues
  Statistics also show that there are many reasons for the unqualified detection of these foods, including pesticide and veterinary drug residue problems, other pollutant pollution problems, biological toxins exceeding standard problems, food additives use problems, microbial contamination problems, and non-compliance with label values. The problem of substandard nutrition indicators, substandard quality indicators, heavy metal pollution, and detection of non-edible substances. Among them, the problem of pesticide and veterinary drug residues and microbial contamination accounted for 60%of all unqualified samples.
[Inventory] In 2020, the State Administration of Market Supervision announced 306 batches of unqualified food, 30.1%less than in 2019image(2)
  Over 40%of unqualified foods are sold online
   According to statistics, 131 batches of these unqualified foods come from online sales platforms such as Yihaodian, JD.com, Pinduoduo, Suning.com, Taobao, Vipshop, and Tmall, accounting for approximately all unqualified foods. Four percent. Among them, the number of substandard foods from Tmall, Taobao, and JD.com ranked the top three.
[Inventory] In 2020, the State Administration of Market Supervision announced 306 batches of unqualified food, 30.1%less than in 2019image(3)
  For unqualified foods found in random inspections, the State Administration of Market Supervision has instructed the relevant provincial market supervision departments to immediately organize the disposal work, find out the flow of products, and take measures such as removing unqualified products from shelves to control risks; for violations of laws and regulations , And strictly deal with it in accordance with the law; timely disclose the risk prevention and control measures taken by the enterprise and the situation of verification and disposal to the public and report to the General Administration.

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