The way to “bring up” Chinese confectionery into Japanese goods
Peak implementation of the plan of inter-sectoral inspection of food safety in the whole city, at noon on May 16, Team 4, Environmental Crime Prevention and Control Division, Hanoi City Police has In collaboration with Market Management Team No. 24, the Hanoi Market Management Department suddenly raided a confectionery production facility in An Khanh commune, Hoai Duc district, Hanoi.
When the authorities suddenly raided the factory, the workers were directly packing to produce bags of finished candy with forged origin. Because he was so used to daily work, all operations took place fluently. With the speed of “rice-powered machines” like this, in just a few minutes, countless packages of candy labeled made in Japan were released.
Reporter: Where is the origin of the candy?
The owner of a confectionery factory violates: In China.
Reporter: Then why do I label Japan?
The owner of a confectionery factory violates: If people sell it then I will do it.
According to police documents, in order to change the label for confectionery originating from China, the goods owner imported many machines and rented two factories located in An Khanh commune, Hoai Duc district.
To avoid detection, both of these factories were locked all day. The workers who directly work are almost only family members. Through the confession, the finished confectionery products are mainly consumed at a number of agents in the area of Chua Tong Industrial Park, in La Phu commune, Hoai Duc district.
Although producing confectionery, but at the time of inspection, the owner of the establishment could not present any relevant documents to prove that the production facility is qualified for food safety. In addition to the number of confectionery with signs of counterfeiting, the authorities also seized tons of smuggled confectionery originating from China that are not eligible for circulation in the market, which are being gathered at these two factories. .
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