Starting from 2015, China Agricultural University will start a program to inspect food throughout the cities’ many educational institutions.
The program will test samples from schools and test them individually on a daily basis at the university’s “Food Safety Control and Monitoring Center” as part of the Beijing Education Sector Food Safety Monitoring Commission. This way, all education institutions across the city will be monitored.
For example, if a school’s food inspection indicates that there were too many pesticides in the cabbage, they will warn the school not to purchase that market’s cabbage again.
Source: Beijing People
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