Tag: Add

Thai tea exports increased by 119%from January to July
By: Date: 2021-10-27 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

Comprehensive media reported on October 26 that the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand said that the export of Thai tea from January to July 2021 was 508.54 million baht, a significant increase of 119.36%. It is suggested that farmers step up their production standards and processing, improve the added value and sales channels of Thai tea, build Thai brands, and make good use of the preferential treatment of the free trade agreement (FTA) to expand the markets of China and ASEAN. Thai tea is one of Thailand’s star export products with great development potential. From January to July this year, the export volume of Thai tea reached 219244 tons, a surge of 99.88%; The export reached 508.54 million baht, up 119.36%.

Read More →
Food safety | Food additives are not terrible, but it is illegal to add them like this
By: Date: 2021-07-08 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,

There are currently more than 2,000 food additives approved for use in my country, which are divided into more than 20 categories according to their functions, such as preservatives, colorants, sweeteners, thickeners, flavors and fragrances, nutritional fortifiers, and so on. Judging from the cases of endangering food safety heard by courts in Wenzhou in recent years, there are still not a few cases of excessive addition of food additives or food additives beyond the scope, which need to be taken seriously.

Read More →
Sanming City Market Supervision Administration Launches Special Actions of”Two Supermarkets and One Non” in the Food Production Link
By: Date: 2021-06-10 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,

In order to thoroughly implement the deployment of concentrating rectification of the prominent problems that the masses have strongly reflected, and further strengthen the food quality and safety supervision of production enterprises, the Sanming City Market Supervision Bureau organized the special action of”two supers and one non” in the food production link.

Read More →
Australia formulated and revised the maximum residue limits of 8 pesticides and veterinary drugs including fomesafen in some foods
By: Date: 2021-06-05 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,

On January 25, 2021, the Australian Federal Register issued Announcement F2021L00069, which is the No. 1 Amendment of the Agricultural and Veterinary Drug Regulations (MRL Standards) in 2021, which contains the formulation, revision or deletion of 8 pesticides and veterinary drugs including fomesafen in some foods. The amendment will take effect on the day after the publication of the communiqué.

Read More →
The Market Supervision Bureau of Xupu County, Huaihua City launched a special rectification action to crack down on the illegal addition of poppy husks and other non-edible substances in the catering link
By: Date: 2021-05-18 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,

In order to severely crack down on illegal addition of poppy shells and other non-edible substances in catering, and to further promote the county’s anti-drug crackdown and rectification”hurricane operation”, the Xupu County Market Supervision Bureau of Huaihua City recently organized a severe crackdown on illegal addition of poppy in catering. Special rectification actions for non-edible substances such as shells.

Read More →
The Economic Development Branch of the Shaoyang Municipal Market Supervision Administration launched a special inspection action for “illegal addition of poppy shells” in restaurants
By: Date: 2021-04-25 Categories: chinesefood Tags: ,

In order to strengthen the supervision of illegal addition of poppy husks and ensure the health of the people, the Shaoyang Municipal Market Supervision Administration Bureau of Economic Development and Development Zone conducted a dragnet inspection of catering service units within its jurisdiction, especially for breakfast restaurants, hot pot restaurants, and hot pot restaurants. Major inspections are carried out by catering service units that easily add poppy husks, such as Mala Tang, night snack shops, and stewed vegetables shops in the farmers’ market.

Read More →