CHINA: Officials to clamp down on branded food fraud in run-up to New Year festivities
The State General Administration of Quality Supervision and Quarantine has launched a campaign to combat the dissemination of fake branded food products. The move, it explained, is a bid to cut down on food poisoning and boost food safety in the run-up to the Chinese New Year festivities this spring. This year, New Year falls on the 12 February.
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