Inspection and quarantine authorities in northeast China's Liaoning Province Saturday returned two batches of food imported from the Republic of Korea (ROK) that failed to measure up to required standards.
Staff with the Dayaowan Inspection and Quarantine Bureau found the production dates of the food were inconsistent with the dates labelled in the sanitary certificates which were affiliated to the commodity inspection declaration documents.
The bureau decided to return the food according to law. The food comprised 18 kinds of products, weighing 2.1 tonnes and valuing 8,789 U.S. dollars in total.
In another batch of baked fish products imported from the ROK, the additives failed to meet Chinese standards, said the bureau. The products were destroyed according to law.