Shenzhen Municipal Market Supervision Administration Bulletin of Food Safety Sampling Inspection in 2021 (Phase 9)
By: Date: 2021-04-16 Categories: authoritativerelease Tags: ,
   In order to strengthen Shenzhen’s food safety supervision, effectively prevent and control systemic, regional and industrial food safety risks, and further improve the people’s sense of gain, happiness and security, the Shenzhen Municipal Market Supervision Administration has implemented a food sampling inspection system Carry out innovative optimization reforms, highlight the problem orientation, follow the principle of sampling inspections that avoid duplication and comprehensive coverage, ensure that sampling inspections and monitoring are cost-effective, and maximize the benefits of inspections. Our bureau has carried out food safety sampling inspections with this work objective. The recent random inspections are now reported as follows:
  I. Overall situation
   A total of 1111 batches of food were notified this time, involving 352 business entities, a total of 4964 food indicators were tested, and 9 batches of unqualified samples were found. The substandard food categories involved are 1 batch of catering food, 1 batch of roasted food and nut products, 2 batches of starch and starch products, 1 batch of cakes, 1 batch of alcoholic beverages, 1 batch of processed food products, and 1 batch of meat products. Batch, 1 batch of edible agricultural products, involving unqualified items such as food additives, quality indicators, and veterinary drug residues.
  Second, various types of food situation
  1. A total of 2 batches of biscuits were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  2. A total of 1 batch of catering food was sampled, and 1 batch of unqualified samples was detected. The unqualified item was the residual amount of aluminum.
  3. A total of 15 batches of tea and related products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  4. A total of 6 batches of roasted food and nut products were randomly inspected, and 1 batch of unqualified samples was detected. The unqualified item was peroxide value.
  5. A total of 5 batches of egg products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  6. A total of 148 batches of starch and starch products were sampled, and 2 batches of unqualified samples were detected. The unqualified item was the residual amount of aluminum.
  7. A total of 23 batches of soy products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  8. A total of 16 batches of convenience food were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  9. A total of 7 batches of bee products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  10. A total of 18 batches of pastries were sampled, and 1 batch of unqualified samples was detected. The unqualified items were dehydroacetic acid and its sodium salt.
  11. A total of 7 batches of cans were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  12. A total of 69 batches of alcohol were sampled, and 1 batch of unqualified samples was detected. The unqualified item was alcohol content.
  13. A total of 6 batches of frozen drinks were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  14. A total of 72 batches of processed food products were sampled, and 1 batch of unqualified samples were detected. The unqualified items were dehydroacetic acid and its sodium salt.
  15. A total of 2 batches of other foods were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  16. A total of 51 batches of meat products were sampled, and 1 batch of unqualified samples was detected. The unqualified item was peroxide value.
  17. A total of 15 batches of dairy products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  18. A total of 33 batches of sugar were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  19. A total of 35 batches of salt were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  20. A total of 48 batches of edible agricultural products were sampled, and 1 batch of unqualified samples were detected. The unqualified item was sodium pentachlorophenate.
  21. A total of 29 batches of edible oil, grease and their products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  22. A total of 281 batches of vegetable products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  23. A total of 19 batches of potatoes and puffed food were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  24. A total of 18 batches of aquatic products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  25. A total of 29 batches of fruit products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  26. A total of 10 batches of quick-frozen food were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  27. A total of 7 batches of confectionery products were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  28. A total of 6 batches of special dietary foods were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  29. A total of 2 batches of formula foods for special medical purposes were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  30. A total of 52 batches of condiments were sampled, which were unqualified samples.
  31. A total of 53 batches of beverages were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
  32. A total of 26 batches of infant formula food were sampled, and no unqualified samples were detected.
   Please refer to Attachment 1 for the unqualified sampling inspection information of various types of foods, refer to Attachment 2 for the sampling qualified information, refer to Attachment 3 for the small knowledge of some unqualified items, and refer to Attachment 4 for the food safety supervision and sampling inspection items.
  3. Disposal of substandard products
  For the unqualified products in this random inspection, our bureau requires the market supervision departments of all jurisdictions to promptly investigate and deal with the unqualified products and their producers and operators, investigate and deal with them in accordance with the law, and further urge enterprises to perform their legal obligations.

  4. Food safety consumption tips
   Shenzhen Municipal Market Supervision and Administration Bureau reminds you that during the epidemic, when you go to supermarkets or vegetable markets to buy food, especially when buying imported frozen meat products and frozen aquatic products, you should take personal protection and avoid touching animals or animals directly with your hands. Frozen products, if you need to touch, wear gloves, wash your hands promptly after touching, avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth. The cooking process of frozen food should be kept clean, use safe water and raw materials, separate raw and cooked, cook and cook thoroughly, and keep the food at a safe temperature.
  Welcome consumers to actively participate in food safety supervision work and pay attention to the announcement of food sampling information in each phase.
   is hereby notified.
   Shenzhen Municipal Market Supervision Administration
   April 13, 2021