China's green food output exceeds 100 million tons

17:08, December 06, 2010      

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Statistics from the China Green Food Development Center show that China currently has a total of more than 6,400 green food enterprises, an increase of nearly 7 percent compared with 2009.

The green food products that have been developed in China include 57 varieties in four major categories, namely agricultural and forestry and processed products, livestock and poultry products, aquatic products and beverage products, and cover more than 1,000 kinds of agricultural products and processed foods, and the output has exceeded 100 million tons.

China's green food and products have maintained stable and reliable quality through implementing standardized production and launching quality authentication as well as continuing to enhance supervision, according to the China Green Food Development Center.

Statistics show that the pass rate of the green product quality sampling in 2009 reached more than 98 percent, and the pass rate remains at more than 98 percent in 2010.

By People's Daily Online


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