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Crossover: Suggestions about how to choose safe food, eat more healthily

06-14-2011 09:31 BJT

For more on the food safety forum, CCTV was joined on the phone by Peter Ben Embarek. He is an expert on food safety at the World Health Organization Office in China.

Q1: At the forum, the Vice Minister of Public Security Huang Ming said the country will step up campaigns against criminal activities involving food safety. Those found guilty will be punished more severely. Hopefully that will intimidate potential criminals. In your opinion, will that really help reduce food scandals?

Q2: As food scandals occur now and then, people are becoming more aware of what they put into their mouths. As a food safety expert, do you have any suggestions about how to choose safe food and eat more healthily?

 

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