In response to the”3·15″ gala report on the illegal use of”clenbuterol” by mutton farmers in Qingxian County, Cangzhou, Hebei, the Alxa League Market Supervision Bureau urgently deployed, Special inspections of mutton and products will be carried out within the scope of the All-Union, in order to further regulate the sales of mutton and products in the All-Union market, and effectively strengthen the safety supervision of mutton and products in the business link.
This special inspection focused on farmer’s markets, shopping malls, supermarkets, catering business units, etc. as key places, and comprehensively investigated whether there are lamb and products from Qingxian County, Cangzhou, Hebei. Law enforcement officers focus on inspecting the source of purchase of mutton and products used by food operators and the implementation of ticket claims, and check and verify whether the food operators retain supplier qualification certificates, quarantine certificates, inspection reports and purchase receipts, and whether they have been established Food purchase inspection records, whether there are unqualified mutton and products that have been purchased, stored, and sold without inspection and quarantine, unknown source, adulterated and adulterated. As of the afternoon of March 16, the whole system has inspected 145 food sales entities, including 83 business households in shopping malls and supermarkets and farmer’s markets, and 62 catering services. No mutton from Qingxian County, Cangzhou, Hebei has been found. A Zuoqi Rapid Inspection Center tested 17 batches of mutton and 3 batches of pork samples, and the results of”Clenbuterol” were all negative.
This special inspection work will continue. The next step will be to strengthen supervision and at the same time supervise farmers’ market operators to implement food safety management responsibilities and supervise food operations They shall implement the main responsibility for food safety, strictly fulfill the requirements of requesting certificates and purchase inspection records, and shall not purchase, store, or sell lamb and products that do not meet food safety standards, such as non-traceable certificates, or unknown sources.