The popularity of “scraps” also needs to check food safety

2022-06-22 0 By

It doesn’t hurt to store by jin “” It’s delicious and inexpensive”…Following the advent of food, a kind of “leftover food” has quietly become popular online, becoming a “money-saving treasure” in the eyes of many young people.The Spring Festival is approaching, and the leftover food is a hot wave. From preserved meat slices, hairy belly edges, broken ham, to rice cakes, bread edges, and biscuit strips, the leftover food highly recommended by bloggers on major platforms seems to be cost-effective, but in fact, it is a mixture of fish and fish, and there are certain food safety risks in bulk.(Beijing Evening News, January 26, 2022) Leftover food refers to the scraps of material cut and cut when making food, such as the edges of bread, broken ham and preserved meat.Although leftover food looks bad, it has the same taste as the real thing and the price is relatively cheap. Consumers choose to buy leftover food, which can not only save money but also reduce food waste, which seems to be the best of both worlds.Undeniably, the popularity of leftover food also reflects the fact that more and more young people are no longer only looking for outward appearance, but are more pragmatic and regard thrift as a fashion.But the leftover food is not the real thing.Simple packaging without production date, no origin, no product shelf life and other quality assurance identification, so it is easy to let some bad businesses “edge ball” the expired food mixed in them, so that the quality and safety of leftover food is difficult to ensure.If you want to make leftover food continue to go out of the circle, you also need to strictly guard safety.Businesses should operate in good faith and abide by law.Article 54 of the Food Safety Law stipulates that food traders shall store food in accordance with the requirements of ensuring food safety, regularly inspect the stock of food, and promptly clean up the food that has deteriorated or exceeded the shelf life.Article 68 the provisions require that food traders selling bulk food shall mark the name, production date or production batch number, shelf life of the food as well as the name, address and contact information of the producer or trader on the containers and outer packages of bulk food.This requires businesses to stick to the bottom line, law-abiding operations, and ensure food safety from the source.Consumers must polish eyes, carefully choose and buy scraps of food.More common sense of life, to step less pit.Loose scraps are not suitable for hoarding, but to grasp a good degree, rational purchase, as soon as possible to eat.When choosing leftover food, we should know more about food shelf life, storage environment, etc., and try to choose regular channels to buy.In this way, even if you buy “leftover food” with quality problems, it is easy to complain and report to safeguard your rights and interests.Don’t let leftover foods become marketing “gimmick”.In a sense, the popularity of leftover food makes the once “waste” treasure and reduces the phenomenon of food waste, which reflects a healthy and positive consumption view of consumers and should be respected.Of course, leftover food to be successful in the circle, but also need the relevant regulatory authorities to pick up the regulatory power to urge businesses to comply with the law, to jointly protect the safety of consumers “bite of food”.(cross)