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Zhejiang Attains National Level A in Food Safety Assessment
2017-05-31 14:54:57

On May 25, reporters learned from Zhejang Provincial Food and Drug Administration that Zhejing was rated at Level A by the State Council Food Safety Committee according to a recently-released circular on the 2016 review and assessment of food safety work. Ningbo and Hangzhou, two among the second batch of pilot cities for food safety in China, rank 1st and 7th respectively in the interim performance evaluation.
In 2016, the General Office of the State Council issued the Methods for Review and Assessment of Food Safety Work (hereinafter referred to as the Methods), which stipulates that each year the State Council Food Safety Committee will have a comprehensive review and assessment on the food safety work and food safety situation, which covers organizational leadership of provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities), supervision and management, capacity building, security level and so on. Their performance will be rated into three grades, namely, A, B and C. According to the Methods, provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) with their ranking among the top 10 will be rated as A, ranking 11th and beyond as B. Those will be rated as C if they fail to timely organize and coordinate relevant departments to take effective response measures, causing serious adverse effects or major losses, to any food safety accidents occurring within their respective administrative areas.

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