A dadong store in Shanghai was fined for producing and selling food that did not meet food safety standards


Cnnmoney March 16 news (reporter Zhong Wenxin) According to Shanghai Market supervision Bureau website news, Da Dong (Shanghai) Catering Management Co., LTD. Changde Road store (referred to as “Da Dong Shanghai Changde Road store”) was fined 3000 yuan recently, illegal behavior type is “production and operation of pathogenic microorganisms,Food or food additives whose contents of pesticide residues, veterinary drug residues, biological toxins, heavy metals and other substances harmful to human health exceed the limits of food safety standards “.On November 2, 2021, Shanghai Jing ‘an District Market Supervision Administration commissioned PCE (Shanghai) Testing Technology Co., Ltd. to conduct sampling tests on ginger sold by Dadong at its Changde Road store in Shanghai, according to the administrative penalty decision.November 23, 2021, Quality Testing (Shanghai) Testing Technology Co., Ltd. issued the “Inspection Report” (No: 2021-NCP-Jing an-0950).After testing, the ginger thiamethoxam and thiamethoxam items do not meet the requirements of GB2763-2021 “Maximum residue Limit of pesticide in Food of National Food Safety Standards”, and are judged as unqualified.According to the website of Shanghai Market Supervision Bureau, Dadong Shanghai Changde Road store purchased 10 jin of old ginger from Shanghai Xudian Trading Co., LTD on November 1, 2021. The purchase price is 6 yuan/jin, and the total price is 60 yuan.From November 1, 2021 to November 6, 2021, the company uses old ginger as ingredients and food materials after processing and then sells dishes.Before the inspection Report (No: 2021-NCP-Jingan-0950) is issued, this batch of old ginger has been used up and there is No stock, so the value of the goods is 60 yuan.Dadong Changde Road store in Shanghai sells ginger with pesticide residue exceeding the food safety standard limit, which violates article 34 (2) of the Food Safety Law of the People’s Republic of China. “The production and operation of the following food, food additives, food related products is prohibited:……(2) foods, food additives and food-related products whose contents of pathogenic microorganisms, pesticide residues, veterinary drug residues, biological toxins, heavy metals and other pollutants harmful to human health exceed the limits set by food safety standards;…”Constitutes an illegal act of producing and operating food that does not meet food safety standards.Considering that this case is not due to the improper management of Dadong Changde Road store in Shanghai caused pesticide residue, and the illegal behavior only lasted for 6 days;The value of the old ginger used is only 60 yuan, no illegal income, and the amount of business can not be calculated;During the illegal period, jing ‘an District Market Supervision Administration did not receive complaints or reports that caused human health and personal and property losses;After the incident, the company actively rectification, timely release of the sale of ginger recall notice in the business site and cooperate with the investigation, stop the illegal behavior, in line with the provisions of article 32 of the Administrative Penalties Law of the People’s Republic of China.Therefore, based on the above, according to the relevant provisions, Shanghai Jing ‘an District Market Supervision Administration decided to order Dadong Shanghai Changde Road store to immediately correct the illegal behavior and impose a fine of 3,000 yuan.According to Tianyan, Dadong (Shanghai) Catering Management Co., Ltd. was established on August 22, 2012 with a registered capital of 10 million yuan and its legal representative is Dong Zhenxiang.In terms of equity, Dadong (Shanghai) Catering Management Co., Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dadong Catering Investment Co., LTD. Beijing Dadong Roast Duck Restaurant Co., Ltd. holds 90% of the shares of the latter.According to the official website of Dadong Group, “Dadong” is a well-known Chinese restaurant brand with six sub-brands, including Dadong, Xiaodadong, Dadong Xiaowei and Dongjia (e-commerce), which are respectively distributed in Beijing, Shanghai, Harbin and Shenzhen, with a total of 30 branches.(Editing: Zhang Ziyi)

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