Chinese food, potential danger
As a small extension of the post Food of Chinese origin, possible health risk, we indicate that the foods of Chinese origin with which special care must be taken are canned foods, preserved fruits or dried fish. These products have a supplementary load rich in additives and pathogenic microorganisms.
The quality of Chinese products leaves much to be desired, it affects to a greater or lesser extent all products, even those intended for children's consumption (which in theory should be much more controlled) do not comply with the regulations. Sweets, snacks and various drinks for children are actually a serious source of food poisoning. In recent years, China has shown quite reckless behavior with food and surely it would not have transpired had it not been for the recent food scandals outside its borders. A question arises, since when has the Chinese population been subjected to these food deficiencies? Now they begin to take action on the matter to guarantee a healthier diet and all thanks to the international food scandals.
In a few years everything will change and economic growth and globalization will finally make it possible to turn China into an exemplary model of food safety, but for the moment, it is best to distrust any product and especially those that have not been thoroughly supervised and that are supply through disreputable distribution channels.
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