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Controversy over ‘fat pork belly’… Jeju black pig seeks to restore trust

Published May 18, 2024

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The Jeju Special Self-Governing Province in South Korea is taking steps to improve the quality and consumer confidence in Jeju pork, following a controversy over fat-free pork belly. The province is distributing quality control manuals to businesses involved in the production, distribution, and sales of the pork. The manuals provide guidelines on grading standards, removing excess fat, and selecting fat in pork belly. Additionally, the province plans to hold events and tastings to promote consumption of Jeju pork and is recommending improvements to the grading standards for black pork carcasses to the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.
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Promote improvement of conductor grading standards Tips for removing excess fat from pork belly, etc. Distribution of quality control manuals Guidance focused on restaurants and distribution companies In order to restore consumer confidence in Jeju pork, which was lost due to the fat-free pork belly controversy, several measures, including improving the grading standards for black pork carcasses, are being prepared and implemented. Jeju Special Self-Governing Province announced that it is making efforts to restore consumer trust, including step-by-step administrative guidance focused on strengthening the quality of Jeju pork. First, the province is distributing the pork belly quality control manual to related businesses and providing confirmation and guidance to ensure that standards are adhered to at each stage of production, distribution, and sales. In addition, in accordance with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs' pork quality control manual, we plan to ...
Source: Agrinet
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