China establishes risk assessment centre

China inaugurated a national food safety risk assessment centre last week in Beijing, in a move to improve scientific management in preventing food scandals.

Tuesday 25 October 2011 (6 years 6 months 1 days ago)

China inaugurated a national food safety risk assessment centre last week in Beijing, in a move to improve scientific management in preventing food scandals.

The government-funded organisation is designed to offer technological support in assessing, monitoring, issuing early warnings and communicating food security risks and food safety standards.

According to MOH, the centre has formed more than 300 monitoring sites across China, including sites in supermarkets and farm produce markets.

Wednesday October 19, 2011/ Asian Agribusiness.
http://www.asian-agribiz.com

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