[Inventory] In 2020, 23 batches of unqualified imported wines were not allowed to enter the country, a 30%year-on-year decrease
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  Food Partner Network News 2020 has passed, according to the January-December 2020 non-entry food cosmetics issued by the General Administration of Customs According to incomplete statistics from Food Partner Network, in 2020, 23 batches of unqualified wines were not allowed to enter the country, a 30%decrease compared with the 33 batches in 2019. The total weight of unqualified wines was about 27,983.234 kg.

  According to statistics, the origins of unqualified wines that have not been admitted in 2020 are Germany, Australia, Russia, France, South Africa, and Spain. Among them, the number of unqualified wines from Spain and France is the largest, with 8 batches each.
[Inventory] In 2020, 23 batches of unqualified imported wines were not allowed to enter the country, a 30%year-on-year decreaseimage
   It is reported that the reasons for the unqualified wines that have not been allowed to enter the country involve failure to provide certificates or certification materials as required, unqualified sensory inspections, moldy bottle stoppers, unqualified packaging, The label is unqualified, the food additive caffeine is used in excess of the limit, contains impurities, and the cargo certificate does not match.
[Inventory] In 2020, 23 batches of unqualified imported wines were not allowed to enter the country, a 30%year-on-year decreaseimage(1)
   In addition, these unqualified wines are not allowed to enter Chengdu, Gongbei, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Xiamen, Shenzhen, Tianjin, and Urumqi. Among them, Hangzhou port is not allowed to enter wine. The largest number, with 7 batches, followed by Chengdu and Gongbei, with 5 batches and 4 batches respectively.
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   The General Administration of Customs stated that in 2020, these unqualified imported wines that were not allowed to enter the country have been returned or destroyed at the port.

   Food Partners.com hereby reminds consumers that buying imported wine requires three things:first look at the business license, buying quality and safety from regular merchants is more secure; second, look at the Chinese label , All wine imported through formal channels must be labeled in Chinese; Third, look at the entry inspection and quarantine certificate. Consumers can ask for the inspection and quarantine certificate issued by the inspection and quarantine department from the merchant when purchasing.

  Information on unqualified wines that have not been admitted in 2020
[Inventory] In 2020, 23 batches of unqualified imported wines were not allowed to enter the country, a 30%year-on-year decreaseimage(3)
[Inventory] In 2020, 23 batches of unqualified imported wines were not allowed to enter the country, a 30%year-on-year decreaseimage(4)

   (Source:General Administration of Customs)

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