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Special operation targets unsafe food
    2018-February-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

TWO departments in Shenzhen have carried out a special campaign against producing and selling counterfeited or substandard food around the city since Feb. 5 to ensure food safety during the Spring Festival.

The Shenzhen Municipal Public Security Bureau and the Municipal Market Supervision Bureau launched a joint special action Friday, investigating more than 740 food production and wholesale businesses.

A total of over 840 law enforcement officers were dispatched for the Friday operation. The officers investigated 19 suspects and solved six criminal cases regarding the illegal production and sale of food.

The Spring Festival Food Safety Campaign started Feb. 5 and will wrap up today. The joint operation aimed at inspecting restaurants, shops, markets and vendors that sell food. Officers looked out for counterfeited liquor and cigarettes and substandard meat, fish, oil, seasoning, sea food as well as fruits.

According to Shenzhen police, residents are encouraged and welcomed to report activities that seem suspicious. Both public and anonymous tip-offs are acceptable via a 24-hour hotline 0755-22222110 or fax at 0755-84465145.

(Zhang Qian)

 

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