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Imported food may not be a big biscuit machine problem on large pastry biscuits

With the rapid growth of imports in the food trade, hidden dangers are becoming increasingly prominent. June 28, Xinjiang Metropolis Daily reporter from Xinjiang Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, recently, the council launched the Food Safety Awareness Week Day theme. At the meeting, Xinjiang Exit Inspection and Quarantine of imported food safety measures introduced in Xinjiang and Xinjiang quality inspection CIQ taken in imported food inspection and supervision work, informing the security situation in Xinjiang's import and  biscuit machine export food quality and food and other agricultural products content.
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"To ensure the quality and safety of imported food, imported food inspection and quarantine departments to take a pre-import strict access, strict inspection import, import measures after strict follow-up supervision." Xinjiang CIQ Food Inspection supervision introduced everywhere longer than one thousand Food safety is a problem facing society as a whole, to ensure food security is not a department or enterprise to solve good, only to strengthen coordination and cooperation among the various regulatory authorities as well as business, building food security co-governance structure, in order to solve this problem.

Reporters learned that, from June 2012 to May 2015 period, almost all kinds of imported food were detected in non-compliance with national standards of food safety and regulatory requirements. Xinjiang CIQ detected in Xinjiang from coastal ports and inland transit of imported food into Xinjiang in 149 batches of substandard imported food, 2108.77 tons, the amount of $ 4,454,800, batch failure rate of 1.2%. Batches of substandard imported food which listed the top ten of the species are: pastry biscuits, dry nuts, honey, sunflower seeds, chocolate, soft drinks, wine, sugar, olive oil, fish and related products accounted for not detected Eligible imports more than 90 percent of the total batch of food.

Reasons for failure involving 18 categories, batch out the top ten reasons for failure are: coliforms, quality defects, excessive food additives, rot mildew, cargo inspection, packaging labeling does not meet the entry requirements, including pathogenic microorganisms, yeast count exceeded, microbial toxins exceeded,  biscuit machine the total number of colonies exceeded the total number of excessive mold.