Last year, a video of him taking off his shirt and pickling cabbage was leaked ‘naked cabbage’ A consumer complaint program exposed the scene of pickled foods being manufactured under unsanitary conditions once again in China, which was controversial.
State-run Central TV aired the unsanitary production process of a chai chai manufacturing plant in Hunan Province on the accusation program ‘3·15 Wanhui’, aired on the 15th to commemorate Consumers Day.
Shen chai is one of Chinese pickled foods, and is a food that is fermented after pickling with seasonings and spices such as salt and pepper.
As a favorite food ingredient for Chinese people, Shen Chai Cup Noodles are consumed all over China, and are also exported overseas.
The video revealed that day showed unsanitary conditions, such as the staff entering the pickled ssam chai bin barefoot while making the chai chai and throwing away the cigarette butts they were smoking.
Also, before packaging, the chai was put in plastic bags or sacks and left unattended, and some were piled up on the dirty floor.
In addition to this company, CCTV also disclosed three other TV manufacturers with similar manufacturing environments.
It turns out that these companies have been supplying chai to major food companies, including the famous Chinese food brand Kangxu, and food distribution companies across the country, such as Shanghai, Hubei and Sichuan.
An official from the company said, “There is a standardized pickling workshop, so there are almost no impurities in the chai produced there, but they are all products for export.” Even if this happens, you will have to pay a fine of 1,000″ and 2,000 yuan.”
In a statement after the broadcast, Kangxoos side said, “We have stopped all cooperative relationships with the company in question and sealed all products containing the problematic chai.” there is. We deeply apologize for breaking the trust of consumers with this incident.”
As soon as the news broke, Chinese netizens said, “I ate chai cup noodles yesterday, but just thinking about it makes me vomit”, “How long do I have to worry about food hygiene?”, “Similar problems come up every year. Measures need to be taken” and raised the voice of criticism.
Earlier, in March of last year in China, when a controversy arose over a video showing the production of pickled cabbage in an unsanitary environment, the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety explained, “We have confirmed that it is not for export.”
In the video at the time, there was a scene in which a man carrying cabbage with a fork crane or a man without a shirt went into a pit and pickled cabbage, shocking imported kimchi consumers.