Food Partner Network News On February 8, the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) announced that:From February 8th to March 12th, the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety will start school in spring During this period, the local government jointly inspected more than 34,000 children’s food cooking and sales companies in more than 1,400 food cooking and sales companies near schools and amusement parks, and school canteens. This inspection also includes essential daily life prevention items such as washing hands, wearing sanitary caps and masks.
The main inspection contents include:whether to use and store expired products, whether to comply with the sanitary treatment standards of cooking facilities, whether to comply with the storage standards of frozen and refrigerated products, whether employees have undergone physical examinations, whether they sell offensive food, etc.
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