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Food and drug administration: the second quarter, the overall national food sampling pass rate of 97.8%

2017-12-25 14:16:15

According to the State Food and Drug Administration informed that in the second quarter of 2017, a total of 342594 batches of food (including health food and food additives) sample supervision and sampling results, 334968 batches of qualified samples, 7626 batches of unqualified samples, The passing rate was 97.8%, 0.3 percentage points higher than the first quarter of 2017.

According to the statistical list released by the state, among the sampling of all kinds of food, the number of unqualified food and edible agricultural products was the highest, with 1754 batches and 1675 batches respectively, and the wines and vegetable products ranked behind. In the proportion of failure rate, vegetable products failed the most, reaching 6.5%, followed by starch and starch products, frozen drinks, special dietary foods, including cocoa and roasted coffee products and special medical uses formula food sampling results Best, not detected failed.

State Food and Drug Administration found in the sampling, failed to focus on the main problems in seven areas: ultra-range, ultra-limited use of food additives; microbial contamination; pesticide residues of pesticide standards failed; quality indicators do not meet the standards; detection of non-food substances ; Heavy metals and other elements of pollution; biological toxin contamination. Samples involving these seven questions accounted for 93.3% of all failed samples.


Among these problems, the problem of over-range and over-limit use of food additives is the most serious, accounting for 28.9% of the total number of unqualified cases. Microbiological contamination, unqualified standards of pesticide and veterinary drug residue are almost the same, and the rest share less problems.

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