Editor's Note
China has been confronted with food security problems recently. Mandarin fish from Guangdong Province and turbot from Shandong were found to contain poisonous chemicals. And ducks and hens in Hebei Province were fed a red dye so that their red-yolk eggs would sell for a higher price.
Photos      More
Toxic 'Yellow' Croakers Seized in Jiangsu
A total of 420 kilograms of toxic yellow croakers purposefully dyed a fresh yellow were seized on Monday, March 19, 2007, at a seafood market in Lianyungang, a port city in east China's Jiangsu Province.
Stores Provide Refunds After Cancer Egg Scare
Several Shanghai supermarkets are giving customers refunds on eggs that city health officials warn may contain a chemical linked to cancer.
KFC: Chinese Diners Safe
Following the US division of worldwide fried chicken empire KFC's promise to stop using artificial fats, the Chinese division on Wednesday assured diners its chicken is fried in unhydrogenated palm oil.

Mea Ruzes

- New Regulation Outlines Penalties for Tainted Food
- Coordination of Food Safety Inspection Strengthened
- China Places Emphasis on Food Quality, Safety
- Beijing: Emergency Plans for Food Safety
- Beijing Checks Hotels and Restaurants for Food Safety
- Quality of Food Products Steadily Improving
- Shanxi Orders School Food Safety Checkups After 6 Pupils Died
- Food Regulators Should Improve
- HK Gov't Urged to Strengthen Food Control
- Beijing to Release Restaurants Sanitary Conditions Online
- Food Safety Officials Must Be on Alert
- White Mice to Test Food for Beijing Olympics
- Food Poisoning: School Principal Fired
- Chefs Join Forces to Cook up Unique Menu
- Official Warns of Challenges Faced by Food Industry
- HK's Law on Food Preserves to Be Updated
- Food Poisoning Victims Discharged from Hospital in Inner Mongolia
- HK People Warned of Eating American Spinach, Using SK-II
- Stricter Inspection of Japanese Food Imports
- Hygiene Enforced As Students Fall Ill
- New Rules to Prevent School Food Poisoning
- HK to Promote Healthy Eating Among Schoolchildren
- Schools Urged to Improve Sanitation After Food Poisoning Cases
- Officials Fudged Numbers in School Food Poisoning Outbreak
- Health Ministry Orders Inspection on Edible Oil
- Beijing to Barcode Vegetables During Olympics
- Green Food Management Enhanced
- Children's Clothes Fail Safety Tests
- Close Inspection of Food Destined for Japan
- Farmers Threatened by Japan's New Import Standards
- Specialists to Improve Overseas Food Security
- Cities Take Measures to Prevent Food Poisoning
- Ministry Urges Schools to Focus on Food Safety
- Food Quality Unsatisfactory in Shenzhen
- HK, Guangdong Sign Food Safety Deal
- Farmland Loss Raises Food Security Fears
- New Standards to Lay Stress on Quality and Safety
- Quality Watchdog: China Soft Drinks Safe

Facts and Figures You Can Use

Public Health
Health Institutions Employed Personnel
Death Rate Infectious Diseases
Medical Care Medical Insurance
Nationwide Physical Fitness Program

SiteMap | About Us | RSS | Newsletter | Feedback

Copyright © China.org.cn. All Rights Reserved E-mail: webmaster@china.org.cn Tel: 86-10-88828000 京ICP证 040089号