Secretary Zhang Jichao of the Bengbu Municipal Market Supervision Administration investigates and supervises the centralized supervision of imported cold chain food
By: Date: 2021-04-06 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,
   On the afternoon of April 2, Secretary Zhang Jichao of Bengbu Market Supervision Administration and investigator Wang Yujie led the Food Circulation Department to the centralized supervision warehouse of Heyi Cold Fresh City to investigate and supervise the centralized supervision of imported cold chain food in Bengbu.
   Secretary Zhang Jichao listened carefully to the report on the operation of the centralized supervision warehouse since its opening, and learned more about the establishment of the supervision warehouse management system, staffing, and special duty on duty; on-site inspection of imported cold chain food from the appointment of the warehouse, the certificate The whole process from inspection, nucleic acid sampling, preventive sterilization to cargo code and out of warehouse. Secretary Zhang Jichao had a discussion with the person in charge of the cold storage and the person in charge of the Lanwei testing agency, focusing on inquiring about the difficulties and problems in the current work, and carefully listening to the opinions and suggestions of the company and the staff of the special class.
   Secretary Zhang Jichao first affirmed the work model and effectiveness of the centralized supervision warehouse’s implementation of imported cold chain food source control, unified elimination, and full traceability. He also emphasized that food safety and epidemic prevention and control work are related to the vital interests of the people and the people. The society is stable, and you cannot relax ideologically, and you cannot relax in management. It is necessary to strictly implement the normalized epidemic prevention and control measures, further strengthen the daily management of the centralized supervision warehouse, standardize the operation process of each link, and effectively reduce the risk of epidemic transmission of imported cold chain food, and maintain the safety bottom line.