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China: Seized 345 goods! Shenyang strictly investigates violations of imported cold chain food

Published Jan 13, 2021

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On January 12, according to news from the Shenyang City Market Supervision Bureau of Liaoning, the Shenyang City Market Supervision Bureau recently carried out a new round of carpet inspections on the storage and business premises of imported cold chain food. Focus on checking whether imported cold chain food has the "three certificates" ", whether there is a counterfeit of imported cold chain food delivery orders, whether there is a mix of imported and domestic cold chain food, etc. Up to now, six consignors involved have been required to provide imported cold chain food "three certificates" materials within a time limit. The three businesses involved in the case that provide imported cold-chain food distribution and transportation were filed for investigation. On January 10, law enforcement officers of the Shenyang Municipal Market Supervision Bureau carried out law enforcement inspections on businesses operating imported cold-chain food in cold storage and found that individual businesses There was a problem of mixed packaging of imported and domestic cold chain food. Law enforcement officers immediately detained 50 frozen boiled long-boiled shrimps in Estonia, 25 frozen pork belly and skinned pork belly in Brazil, and 20 domestic Jiahuike bones and meats. Brazil 50 pieces of frozen boneless beef millet dragon, 50 pieces of domestic fish balls, 100 pieces of Uruguayan beef ribs, 20 pieces of domestic stinky tofu, 30 pieces of domestic gluten, a total of 345 pieces. The Shenyang Municipal Market Supervision Bureau stated that there is no small matter for epidemic prevention and control. Remind the majority of imported cold chain food operators to take a warning and strictly abide by the epidemic prevention and control regulations. Any violation of the relevant regulations on the prevention and control of imported cold chain food epidemics will be investigated and punished in accordance with the law. (China Central Television reporter Li Chengze)

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