China to toughen food safety su­per­vi­sion sys­tem

Pakistan Observer - - INTERNATIONAL -

BEI­JING— Chi­nese top leg­is­la­tor Zhang De­jiang Wed­nes­day has called for im­prove­ments and re­forms to the coun­try’s food safety su­per­vi­sion sys­tem.

Zhang, chair­man of the Stand­ing Com­mit­tee of the Na­tional Peo­ple’s Congress ( NPC), made the re­marks while pre­sid­ing over a meet­ing of in­spec­tors un­der the NPC Stand­ing Com­mit­tee to check the en­force­ment of the Food Safety Law.

The in­spec­tion team sent five groups of in­spec­tors to ten pro­vin­cial re­gions from April to May, and 21 pro­vin­cial re­gions were en­trusted to con­duct in­spec­tions within their own ju­ris­dic­tions.

The in­spec­tors car­ried out in­spec­tions cover­ing food pro­duc­tion — in­clud­ing plant­ing and farm­ing, pro­cess­ing and cir­cu­la­tion — cater­ing ser­vices and food safety su­per­vi­sion.— Xin­hua

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