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China: Rongcheng Customs conducts isolation and quarantine of incoming eel seedlings to help the high-quality development of the industry in the jurisdiction

Frozen Whole Eel
Seafood
China
Regulation & Compliances
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 26, 2024

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The Rongcheng Customs Office in Fuqing, China, has taken rigorous steps to ensure the safety and quality of imported eel seedlings, thereby supporting the growth of the eel industry. A dedicated 'working group' has been established to evaluate quarantine risks, offer on-site guidance to businesses, and improve the quarantine supervision process. Since 2023, the office has quarantined 67 batches of imported eel fry, weighing 13.83 tons and worth 497 million yuan, ensuring the stability and safety of the supply chain.
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Eel, with fresh and tender meat, less thorns and more flesh, is deeply loved by Chinese and foreign diners. Grilled eel is one of the important special industries in Fuqing City. There are many eel breeding and processing enterprises in the jurisdiction, and there is a huge demand for the import of eel fry. Since the launch of the second batch of thematic education , Rongcheng Customs Office in Fuqing thoroughly studied and implemented the spirit of General Secretary Xi Jinping’s important reply, kept in mind the customs’ responsibilities and missions of guarding the country and promoting development, relied on the “grid” management model, strengthened supervision, and provided excellent services to do a solid job in incoming eels. The isolation and quarantine supervision of eel seedlings ensures the health, quality and safety of imported eel seedlings, and supports the high-level development of the eel industry in the jurisdiction. ​ Strengthen “all-area” risk research and ...
Source: Foodmate
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