Food packaging bags must have Chinese logo
During the World Championships, the Food and Drug Administration of Liangqing District of Nanning City conducted a market visit and found many grain and oil stores selling smuggled rice. On October 9, Liangqing District organized 62 law enforcement officers to jointly rectify the imported rice in 9 markets including Xiangrong Farmers' Market and Yulong Farmers' Market.
At 10 o'clock in the morning, a lot of bagged rice was piled up in the grain and oil store controlled by the law enforcement team. Law enforcement officers first found a bag of rice that had been sold for more than half of the rice pile. The rice package contained foreign language, but there was no Chinese mark. Law enforcement officials said that these are rice smuggled from neighboring countries. Subsequently, law enforcement officers searched for 32 packets of the same packaged smuggled rice.
Yu Yidong, director of the Food and Drug Administration of Liangqing District, said that the imported rice must have a Chinese logo on the packaging. The seller must also have a customs declaration form and an inspection certificate issued by the inspection and quarantine department. In the grain and oil store, the boss failed to provide the above materials. Law enforcement officers seized the smuggled imported rice in the store. According to the relevant regulations, if the value of the goods is less than 10,000 yuan, a fine of 2,000 to 50,000 yuan will be imposed. If the value of the goods is above 10,000 yuan, a fine of 5 to 10 times will be imposed.
How to identify imported rice? Yu Yidong said that when purchasing imported rice, it mainly depends on whether the Chinese production date, manufacturer, address, shelf life and QS certification are printed on the package. If you do not have this information on the package, you must be careful.