Keqi Market Supervision Bureau launches special inspection on imported fruit epidemic prevention and control
By: Date: 2021-02-15 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,
   On February 8, Keqi Market Supervision Bureau urgently deployed a special inspection of imported fruits in its jurisdiction in response to a positive nucleic acid test on the outer packaging of imported fruits in our city.

   One is to check business conditions. Check the main body of imported fruit, fruit type, inventory quantity and other information; the second is to check whether the”four certificates” are complete. Operators are required to strictly implement the system of purchase reporting, inspection, testing, and proof and ticketing. The third is to remove imported fruits with incomplete”four certificates”. The imported fruits with incomplete”Four Certificates” were sealed and stored on the spot, and the Qi CDC carried out nucleic acid testing. The fourth is to strengthen education and guidance. Operators are required to fulfill their main responsibilities, raise awareness of epidemic prevention and control, and not purchase imported fruits with incomplete”four certificates”.
   Up to now, the whole banner has inspected 22 fruit dealers, 8 of which deal with imported fruits, including 360.5 kilograms of cherries and 9 kilograms of durians. The disease control department collected 61 samples of imported fruits and 61 environmental samples. After testing, the results were all negative. However, due to the fact that the business households have not reported the purchase, the outer packaging has no Chinese logo, and the”four certificates” cannot be provided at the same time, there are hidden food safety risks. At present, the imported fruits operated by 8 units have been harmlessly treated. It is hoped that the majority of residents will not believe in rumors, spread rumors, or panic, pay attention to personal protection, and maintain the good habits of washing hands frequently and wearing masks. The Keqi Market Supervision Bureau will continue to increase supervision and effectively maintain the food safety of the people during the epidemic prevention and control period.