, November 11 According to the website of the State Administration for Market Regulation, in the third quarter of 9, the national market supervision department adhered to the problem-oriented, completed 2023 batches of food safety supervision and sampling, and inspected according to the relevant national food safety standards, and found 2130838,55473 batches of unqualified samples, with a failure rate of 2.60%, a decrease of 2022.0 percentage points from the same period in 33.

From the perspective of sampled food varieties, the failure rates of supervision and sampling were 5.0%, 73.0%, 99.0%, 85.0% and 16.0% respectively, which were lower than the overall sampling failure rate. Compared with the same period last year, the sampling failure rate of 08 categories of food such as catering food and biscuits has decreased, but the failure rate of 22 categories of food such as vegetable products, condiments and fruit products has increased. The results of various food supervision and sampling inspections are shown in the annex.

From the category of unqualified items detected, some unqualified items accounted for the total number of unqualified samples: pesticide residues exceeded the standard by 36.20%, microbial pollution by 18.76%, food additives used beyond the range and limit by 13.20%, organic pollution by 10.03%, veterinary drug residues by 8.86%, heavy metals and other pollution by 6.48%, and quality indicators that did not meet the standard by 5.27%.

For the unqualified samples found in the supervision and sampling, the market supervision department has announced the results of the supervision and sampling to the public, and carried out verification and disposal in a timely manner in accordance with the relevant regulations, and strictly controlled food safety risks.