On February 26, the Anyue County Market Supervision and Administration Bureau investigated a case suspected of operating imported cold-chain meat products in violation of anti-epidemic regulations.
It is reported that when law enforcement officers carried out cold chain food inspections on passing vehicles at the Anyue Exit of Sui Expressway in Anyue County, they found 10 frozen pork ribs (10 kg each) in the trunk of a passenger car. The food labeling information is inconsistent with the information provided by the parties. This batch of food is marked with the place of origin:Sichuan. Suining, manufacturer:Sichuan Suining Nanda Food Co., Ltd., imported cold chain food name:frozen pork ribs (Canadian frozen bone-in pork spine), origin:Canada, production date:2021.2.2 (cargo code batch number) :20210119), of which 3 pieces have goods codes and 7 pieces have no codes. Among the relevant materials provided by the parties, there is no inspection and quarantine certificate, the customs declaration form (origin:Netherlands) is inconsistent with the on-site product label (origin:Canada), and the nucleic acid test report product production date:2020.11.30, which is inconsistent with the label production date and has not been used Enter relevant information on the”Chuan Cold Chain” platform.
Law enforcement officers immediately contacted the county CDC for nucleic acid testing, and stored the goods in the county’s centralized supervision warehouse for imported cold chain food as required. Currently, the nucleic acid test of this batch of products has been completed, and the result is negative. Because the business household did not fulfill the requirements of the”Notice on Strengthening the Sterilization and Traceability of Cold Chain Food by the Provincial Market Supervision Bureau and Other Nine Departments”, the County Market Supervision Bureau has placed a case on its suspected illegal facts. Disclosure to the public in a timely manner according to procedures