China - Chinese target small producers' food safety standards

A four-month campaign to restore the tarnished image of Chinese food products and ingredients in the wake of the melamine scandal will begin this week, according to the government in Beijing. Its aim will be to ensure all food products are free of non-edible substances and excessive levels of additives. The campaign, to be organized jointly by nine central government departments, will be divided into three phases.
Wednesday 10 December 2008 (9 years 11 months 8 days ago)
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A four-month campaign to restore the tarnished image of Chinese food products and ingredients in the wake of the melamine scandal will begin this week, according to the government in Beijing. Its aim will be to ensure all food products are free of non-edible substances and excessive levels of additives. The campaign, to be organized jointly by nine central government departments, will be divided into three phases.

http://www.foodproductiondaily.com/Quality-Safety/Chinese-target-small-producers-food-safety-standards

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