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Have you ever been caught in Food Safety News?

   Release date: 2019-07-31     Hits: 58    
 On November 20, the launching ceremony of the 2016 Food Safety Science Popularization Innovation Competition sponsored by the Information and Publicity Center of the State Food and Drug Administration and the China Food Industry Association was held at the School of Journalism and Communication, Peking University. Dr. Zhong Kai of the National Food Safety Risk Exchange Center analyzed the stories behind the food safety news of those years for college students preparing to participate in the competition at the launch ceremony. After reading these stories, you will find that the farthest way in the world is the routine behind food safety news. For example, where do the dioxins come from? Where can DNA be detected in duck blood? Is it quick to reverse the news of "poisonous bean sprouts" or is it more confusing about genetically modified soybeans?
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Dioxins in crabs are "artificially added"
How can there be dioxins in crabs? Did someone add them deliberately? Actually, it's mainly added to the environment artificially, such as the bag you just throw away in the morning without classifying garbage.
If garbage is not burned at enough temperature, dioxins will also be produced. The reason why we often fail to reach high temperature is because we have too much moisture in our garbage. To put it bluntly, it's still the misfortune caused by our fictitious classification of garbage. Kitchen waste mixed with other types of garbage, resulting in inadequate burning of garbage.
In addition, during the Vietnam War, the U.S. military used an orange defoliant to kill trees against Vietnamese guerrillas in the jungle. This "orange" contains dioxin impurities. Orange not only pollutes plant soil and water, but also causes deformities of local Vietnamese children.
In addition, there are other forms that can cause dioxins to mix into our environment, but no one has ever specifically produced dioxins. So, don't ask how dioxins can run into crabs. Crabs are unwilling, and the environment is unwilling. It's not a disaster caused by our fellow human beings. Fortunately, in this case, the dioxin content in crabs will not cause health problems when crabs are eaten normally.
Duck's blood has pig's DNA.
A few years ago, there was news that DNA was detected in ducks of several well-known hotpot shops. It was found that there was DNA in pigs, which means that pig blood was contained in duck blood.
In fact, people who usually go to the kitchen know that running dishes, iron board. When you cook one vegetable field at a time, there will be many pieces of different ingredients left on the board. DNA testing is very sensitive, and the DNA of the ingredients that have appeared on the kitchen board in succession is naturally "cross-infected".
The final outcome of this news is the same. Indeed, the DNA of pork dishes is stained with duck blood, which leads to the detection of DNA of pigs. Therefore, we are fooled by the so-called causal link before we restore the "crime scene". In fact, we can test whether there is anyone's DNA in it. Maybe the headline party will come up with bigger news.
Injustice, False and Wrong Case of "Poisonous Bean Sprouts"
In fact, in those years, the "poisonous bean sprouts" and various food rumors leading to sexual precocity were all because people did not take "plant growth regulators" seriously. Some people think that plant growth regulators are not plant hormones. Okay, you can say that, but when you say that humans will have precocious puberty after taking phytohormones, that's bullshit. Pollen is the sperm of plants. Would you get pregnant after eating pollen? Was it a cucurbit?
In that year, thousands of people were arrested in the "poisonous bean sprouts" incident, and the so-called "suspects" were finally released. In fact, the rational use of plant growth regulators will not cause serious harm to human health, but let our food grow better, and let the maturity of our food be controlled to facilitate picking.
Genetically modified soybeans in the United States really feed pigs
Some people often talk about "the genetically modified soybeans in the United States are fed to pigs, only the Chinese are used as food". In fact, this sentence is not all right. According to USDA data, 80% of GM soybeans in the United States are soybean meal and 20% are oil. 97% of soybean meal is used for animal feed and 3% for food. And 68% of the fat is used for food. So you can say that soybean meal from GM soybeans in the United States is used to feed pigs, just as you have to admit that most of the oil from GM soybeans in the United States is used to feed people.
In fact, what you may not know is that most of the GM soybeans imported from China are also used to feed pigs. Why import American soybeans to feed pigs, because you like pork? If you check the amount of pork eaten by Chinese every year, you will find out how much feed is needed. Wen/our reporter Zhang Yanyan
Source: Beijing Youth Daily

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