设为首页收藏本站学习中心

无忧雅思

  • 公众微信: ielts51
  • 业务合作: 4006805851

新浪微博登陆

只需一步, 快速开始

QQ登录

只需一步,快速开始

返回列表 发新帖

Dumpling Poisoning Case Is Not about Food Safety

  [复制链接]

新浪微博达人勋

  • TA的每日心情
    难过
    2018-7-16 08:23
  • 签到天数: 1207 天

    [LV.10]以坛为家III

    发表于 2009-2-5 16:53 |显示全部楼层 | 阅读模式
    雅思精准核心预测
    [ra]http://p33.kekenet.com/Sound/voa/CRI/200802/0229a.wma[/ra]

    China's quality watchdog says the dumpling poisoning incident in Japan has been proved to be an individual case caused by man-made factors.

    Meanwhile the country vows to intensity international cooperation on ensuring food safety and better serve consumers worldwide.

    Our reporter Liu Yan takes a closer look.

    At the end of last month more than ten people were reported with stomach ache after eating dumplings produced in China. Suspicion then emerged about harmful chemicals in Chinese dumplings.

    The Chinese government paid great attention to the case and immediately conducted investigations, expecting to clarify matters as soon as possible.

    Earlier this month, China's quality watchdog and Ministry of Commerce sent a team of experts to Japan and conducted tests on the rest of the dumplings from the same batch sold in Japan, all of which were safe according to the test results.

    Investigations on the producer were also underway. Yu Xinmin, a senior official with the Ministry of Public Security, detailed what the investigation team found in Tian Yang Food Plant in northern China's Hebei province, the producer of the dumplings.
    ''We have investigated on the production, packaging, storage and transport process in the food plant. The factory is very clean and safe, with all the staff members working under strict regulations. We believe there is very little possibility of the food being polluted by harmful chemicals in China.''

    Yu Xinmin said they also checked video and written records of production within the food plant. No leak of any poison was found.

    Wei Chuanzhong, deputy director of China's quality watchdog, echoed the view by saying that products from this food plant, including the samples brought back from Japan, do not have pesticide substances.

    The official also emphasized that more than 99 percent of the exports from China to Japan have no problems whatsoever. A singular issue will not affect the cooperation and friendship between the two countries.

    ''Chinese exports have always been guaranteed with good quality. In this dumpling case, we publicized information very quickly, which means we are highly responsible for the consumers both home and abroad.''

    Meanwhile, a cooperation project on food safety between China and Japan is expected to begin soon.

    ''We are positively pushing forward a long-term cooperation project on food safety with our Japanese counterpart. It will cover personnel training, technological communication and regular meetings.''

    Earlier this month the two sides met to discuss the cooperation and sign corresponding agreements. China said the country is expecting to see a start as soon as possible.

    Liu Yan, CRI news.

    发表回复

    您需要登录后才可以回帖 登录 | 注册用户 新浪微博登陆

    本版积分规则

    帮助中心
    网友中心
    购买须知
    支付方式
    服务支持
    资源下载
    售后服务
    定制流程
    关于我们
    关于我们
    友情链接
    联系我们
    关注我们
    官方微博
    官方空间
    官方微信
    快速回复 返回顶部 返回列表