China's new food safety law comes into force

Chinese authorities have said its new food safety law, which came into effect yesterday, will help prevent the food contamination incidents that have caused so much damage to the reputation of its domestic producers.
Tuesday 2 June 2009 (8 years 11 months 22 days ago)
Chinese authorities have said its new food safety law, which came into effect yesterday, will help prevent the food contamination incidents that have caused so much damage to the reputation of its domestic producers.

The legislation aims to toughen up the country’s food monitoring network by imposing more stringent standards, stricter supervision and a recall system for tainted or substandard products. The government has also pledged offenders will face severe punishment.

http://www.foodproductiondaily.com/Quality-Safety/China-s-new-food-safety-law-comes-into-force

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