Food safety control needs improving to stop “dirty” food during Tết (Lunar New Year) holidays. – Photo laodong.vn HÀ NỘI – Food safety control needs improving to stop “dirty” food during Tết (Lunar New Year) holidays. Even with the increase in penalties, it seems violations in the “dirty” food business were still increasing, said Nông Thôn Ngày Nay (Countryside Today) newspaper. Last month, the police of Thanh Hóa Province stopped a car and found several boxes containing 250kg of pig skins with a bad smell. The driver did not have any paperwork for the food which was seized and destroyed. This was one of hundreds of cases each day in several localities nationwide, said the paper. According to the report by the National Steering Committee of Smuggling, Commercial Fraud and Fake Goods Control, police in the northern province of Lạng Sơn which has border with China, for 10 months this year, discovered and seized 20 tonnes of illegally imported “dirty” food of pig fat, pig briskets, chicken and duck meat. This increased 10 per cent compared to last year, the committee said. Meanwhile, in southern Đồng Nai Province, as of this month, the authority has uncovered 60 cases of food safety… Read full this story
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