City crackdown on swill oil

SHANGHAI officials have pledged to end the use of swill oil and the abuse of food additives during a six-month crackdown to ensure the city's food safety. A conference chaired by Vice Mayor Shen Xiaoming on Tuesday decided to launch the campaign amid public concern over a series of food safety scandals in the city and across the country. Officials urged the elimination of management loopholes, which were exposed during the city's tainted buns scandal, as watchdogs had no idea about the problem despite the buns being on sale for several years.


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