Sanya launches inspection on Japanese imported food in supermarkets
In order to ensure the safety of food imported from Japan in which nuclear radiation is higher than normal, relevant departments in Sanya have launched inspection in supermarkets across the city and found that most of the imported food from Japan are safe, reports 0898.net.
According to officials, at present, Japanese food sold in Sanya’s supermarkets are mostly made from Chinese manufacturers. Besides, the origins of some Japanese food are not in the scope of the nuclear contaminated areas.
Since the food including vegetables, fruits, and seafood products from Japan has a higher requirement on freshness, most of the Japanese food are mainly sourced from manufacturers set up in China. Japanese imported food only accounts for about 10% of total imported food, an insider told a reporter.
As for public concerns, Sanya quality & inspection bureau will keep close watch on the food and agricultural products from Japan to prevent any potential radioactive food flowing into the markets.
Translated by WOS Team
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