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Food safety watchdog blacklists 13 people, 2 eateries

2013-06-19 13:31 Shanghai Daily Web Editor: Wang YuXia

The Shanghai Food and Drug Supervision Administration has blacklisted 13 individuals and two restaurants for violating China's Food Safety Law and they are forbidden to engage in catering business any more.

It is the first time for Shanghai to publish the blacklist, which shows the determination of local authorities to fight food safety crimes.

The two outlawed restaurants, Fula Hotpot Restaurant and Zhenjiang Sichuan Restaurant, used recycled soup in new hotpots served to customers. The practice is harmful to health. Their four owners are also on the blacklist.

Nine other individuals were blacklisted for selling dead pigs illegally and for selling industrial salt as table salt. All the 13 people were given jail terms from one year to three years and a half.

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