Summary|In 2021, special sampling inspections for Spring Festival food in various places found 147 batches of unqualified food
By: Date: 2021-02-19 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News Before the Spring Festival, in order to ensure food safety during the Spring Festival, and to enhance the effectiveness and pertinence of food safety supervision during the festival, To prevent food safety risks, according to incomplete statistics from the Food Partner Network, the market supervision and administration departments of 18 provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities including Guangdong, Henan, Fujian, Shandong, Heilongjiang, Anhui, and Jiangxi have issued special spot checks on food safety during the Spring Festival, with a total of 15,466 spot checks. Batches of food, including 147 batches of substandard food.

   According to statistics, Heilongjiang, Anhui, Inner Mongolia, Guizhou, Zhejiang, Shandong, Jiangxi, Gansu, Guangxi, Guangdong, Henan, Liaoning, Yunnan, Fujian, Ningxia, Shaanxi, The market supervision and management departments of 18 provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities in Xinjiang and Tianjin issued the Spring Festival food safety sampling situation. Among them, Henan detected the largest number of unqualified foods with 43 batches, followed by Guangdong and Fujian, each with 31 batches. 21 batches. In addition, no substandard products were detected in Shaanxi, Xinjiang, and Tianjin.
Summary|In 2021, special sampling inspections for Spring Festival food in various places found 147 batches of unqualified foodimage
   According to the analysis, except for the substandard products in Shandong, the other substandard food categories involve edible agricultural products, roasted seeds and nuts products, edible oils, fats and their products, seasonings Food, meat products, beverages, alcohol, pastries, catering food, aquatic products, potato and puffed food, quick-frozen food, soy products, health food, convenience food, vegetable products. Among them, the number of edible agricultural products is the largest, with 78 batches.
Summary|In 2021, special sampling inspections for Spring Festival food in various places found 147 batches of unqualified foodimage(1)
   (Note:This data does not include Shandong area)

   It is reported that, except for the unqualified products in Shandong and Yunnan, the other unqualified foods were detected due to pesticide residues, heavy metal contamination, microbial contamination, and food additives , Quality indicators, other pollution and other issues. Among them, pesticide and veterinary drug residues accounted for 48%of the total number of unqualified, ranking first.
Summary|In 2021, special sampling inspections for Spring Festival food in various places found 147 batches of unqualified foodimage(2)
  (Note:This statistical data does not include Shandong and Yunnan)

   Food Partner Network hereby reminds consumers that they should choose shopping malls, supermarkets and farmer’s markets with complete licenses and standardized management to purchase food, and pay attention to obtaining invoices and purchases. Goods receipt and other vouchers; when consumers buy pre-packaged foods, they should check whether the packaging is intact, the name of the food, the list of ingredients, the name, address and contact information of the producer and (or) distributor, production date, shelf life, and storage Whether the conditions, food production license number, etc. are clear. When purchasing bulk food (except for edible agricultural products), you should observe the label on the container that contains the food, whether it indicates the name of the food, the date of production, the expiration date, the name of the producer, and the contact information. Try to buy bulk foods that are placed in airtight containers or covered with plastic wrap. Do not buy bulk foods that have no labels or logos, have abnormal appearance, and have exceeded their shelf life.

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