Food from China - very important to our health



The whole world is scared of China made 'black hearted goods'. Can you differentiate which one is made in the USA , Philippines , Taiwan or China ?

For your Information ... the first 3 digits of the barcode is the country code wherein the product was made.

E.g.: all barcodes that start with 690 up to 695 are all MADE IN CHINA.

471 is Made in Taiwan.

This is our human right to know, but the government and related department never educate the public, therefore we have to RESCUE ourselves.

Nowadays, Chinese businessmen know that consumers do not prefer products 'made in China ', so they don't show from which country it is made.

However, you can refer to the barcode, remember if the first 3 digits are 690 to 695, then it is Made in China .

00 ~ 13 USA & CANADA
30 ~ 37 FRANCE
40 ~ 44 GERMANY
49 ~ JAPAN
50 ~ UK
57 ~ Denmark
64 ~ Finland
76 ~ Switzerland and Lienchtenstein
628 ~ Saudi-Arabia
629 ~ United Arab Emirates
740 ~ 745 - Central America
All 480 Codes are Made in the Philippines

Now read on below for specifics on goods from China to protect yourself, your family, and your friends.

This is sickening but it is an alert to read labels and always buy fresh when you can.

Have a taste for chicken? READ THIS

WATCH WHAT YOU BUY. ESPECIALLY HIGHLINER FISH PRODUCTS; all come from China, even though the box says 'product of Canada', it is from China and 'processed' in Canada, that is, the coating is added and packaged in Canada only!

The fish are raised in pens using chemicals that are banned in Canada as cancer causing but legal in China .

This was exposed on CBC TV's Marketplace.

This one will make you think before buying anything from China .

Well, are you enjoying seeing Chinese food popping up in your supermarket left and right? Have you noticed you can't buy a single package of fish that isn't made in China (or Vietnam )? Do you think your food from China is processed in a sanitary manner, and thus safe to eat? Take a look at this!!

These undercover enclosed pictures speak a thousand words. Avoid buying all processed food packaged in China. Anything goes! We just don't know what else is in those packages.

Unlike in the U.S. CANADA and Australia , China does not have laws regulating food processing.

Basically, do not buy any processed food from China , also Hong Kong , too. MANY Chinese companies are using a Hong Kong address to avoid this type of image reputation.

Early dawn, starts the day by riding around to collect dead chickens.

Asking around for dead chickens.

Total of 5 riders are hired by the boss to ride to farms to buy dead chickens.

A dead chicken cost 1 RMB and would be sold at 9 RMB after processing.

Storage for the dead chickens in the court yard.

Carcasses are thrown everywhere.
And on the floor....

Four employees start de-feathering the dead fowl after soaking in boiling water from a rusty wok.

Enduring the pungent odor, but sometime, it get so terrible that even the most experienced of the workers would puke.

Workers rushing to get the chickens de-feathered.

A discarded bath tub being used to soak the bare skin dead chickens.... The contaminated water would have accelerated the decomposition process.

Wearing slippers walking among the chickens before the colouring processing.

After the colour dye, it's creepy to find that they are quite tenderized.

And now presenting the mouth watering Charcoal Roasted Chicken!

Send to as many people as possible. Do NOT buy food originating in China (or Vietnam or Thailand)!

Take the time to read the labels and look for country of origin!



Vest said…
Enjoy your Oriental take away.
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Anonymous said…
As mentioned the other day. I had not checked the validity of this article I sent you. I have now, so you might like to read this:
Jimmy said…
Good to see pics finally
but I meant hott babe pics

not these
Jimmy said…
INDIA Has very elaborate food safety LAWS

but hardly any enforcement
Jimmy said…
AUSTRALIA'S first woman PM

we had woman PM a long time ago with Indira Gandhi

Pakistan allmost had Bhuto
Sri Lanka had too

UK has woman Queen
but no PM
Jimmy said…
first it was LEO MATTEL Toys made in CHINA

now this
USA is out to tarnish the image of INDIA

NOKIA FONES are made in CHINA too
American Industry cannot compete with INDIA and CHINA in pricing
Joanne, S. said…
Paddy tells Mick he's thinking of buying a labrador.

"Fook off", says Mick, "have you seen how many of their owners go blind?"
Vest said…
Anonymous: Re barcodes. Who gives a rats arse whether or not it is Kosher. The fact remains it is clearly evident the pictures substantiate the assumption of the narrative of this article.
Going back a few years, I was seconded as an enforcer for the local Govt health authority in Hong Kong, About six hours a week on average moonlighting when my navy employment allowed. Take my word for it. Those Establishments that passed scrutiny were not necessarily acceptable for the likes of myself and others who were non aligned with others who enjoyed eating chinese chow. As soon as we were gone the vermin and unsanitary habits of the establishment would carry on as usual.
Vest said…
Vest said...
The following is an except from my memoirs Clck the sailor pic.

This outpost of the British Empire was greatly favoured by our family.
We especially appreciated its social and recreational activities.
The consumption of Chinese food was minimal by our family, due to the unhygienic methods used for its preparation (like Peking duck hanging out in the sun with flies buzzing around). There were also other unseen unacceptable culinary activities, like the mysterious ingredients in oriental cooking. It has often been said that Malta was the island of wells, bells, and smells, but it pales when compared to the smells floating around Hong Kongs streets.
There are some you can live with and others that strike deep fear into you.
The most horrendous for me was the Jordan road pig market on a hot day.
jane,stokes-honour said…
Jimmy said…
So tell me how many people are you gonna hug after you heard this

cuz sex is like math...u add the bed ... subtract the clothes...divide the legs...leave your solution...and pray you dont multiply!
Jimmy said…
Mea Culpa .. Mea Culpa

I didnt know that the Lady Stokes was here

I am glad the VEST used his discretion.

its a bloody heavy responsibility when u have Moderator turned on
Vest said…
Two New South Wales Australia Supermarket chains both the largest, Coles and Woolworths have lower grade products of a "no frills" kind.
Coles have 'Smart buy' Both frozen Peas and frozen beans, also Australian Peas-carrotts & corn, all sourced from China.

Woolworths also in their Home Brand cheapo's, peas and beans from China.
Whiting fillets packed in New Zealand sourced from China.

There are heaps of other packaged foodstuffs from China in most supermarkets, even pies various.

Now the question is would you eat a meat pie of any sort that had been made in China.

Makes one puke to even think about it.
Take an extra 5 minutes to check your groceries. If you are poor, and can only afford to eat this crap I will suggest that they be rinsed several times in fresh water then boiled and simmered for a minute or two. Never eat any sourced from China in its raw state.
I grow several different vegetables in our back garden.
beautiful stuff. I am fond of a steak occasionally too. Sorry we dont have any Moo's.
Jimmy said…
Its COMMERCE buddy
remember the MAD COW DISEASE in UK

and why it happened

maximizing the Profit
by cutting costs
Jimmy said…
Is there an increase in the number of notifications on products of Chinese origin?

In total, 1013 notifications on products posing a serious risk sent through the RAPEX system in 2009 concerned products manufactured in China (including Hong Kong). The number of products of Chinese origin notified via RAPEX increased in 2009 to 60% from 59% in 2008.

This is a smaller increase than that recorded from 2007 to 2008 (which was a 7% increase from 52% to 59%). Such increases should be seen in the context of a number of factors, such as: increasing imports of goods to the EU from China, focus of enforcement actions taken at the national level on products of Chinese origin, more effective cooperation between the EU and China and more accurate data on the country of origin of notified products provided through RAPEX.
Jimmy said…
What is the "RAPEX-CHINA" application?

In January 2006, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on general product safety was signed between DG SANCO and the Chinese General Administration for Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) the authority responsible for product safety in China.

The MoU establishes a framework for better communication and collaboration between both regulators and specifically seeks to support the Chinese authorities in their efforts to ensure product safety, particularly for consumer goods exported to the EU. The MoU was upgraded in November 2008 to strengthen its original version and to provide for further opportunities to cooperate.
Jimmy said…
In the framework of the MoU, RAPEX information on products of Chinese origin is now made available to AQSIQ through the on-line "RAPEX-CHINA" application.

This allows the Chinese authorities to follow up directly on notifications regarding unsafe products coming from their territory and identify areas where the safety standards are weaker.

Does the Commission get feedback on how the Chinese authorities follow up on the information sent through the "RAPEX-CHINA" application?

As part of the 2006 Memorandum of Understanding, AQSIQ agreed to provide the Commission with information on the conclusions of the follow up actions undertaken with regard to the data provided through the "RAPEX-CHINA" system.

There is agreement on a quarterly reporting to the Commission. The information provided in this report allows the Commission to monitor and analyse the follow-up market surveillance activities carried out by the Chinese authorities on their territory, and allows both parties to identify and address weak points in their cooperation systems. So far, 11 quarterly reports have been provided to the Commission.
Jimmy said…
How many RAPEX notifications has AQSIQ investigated since the establishment of the "RAPEX-CHINA" application?

Since the establishment of the "RAPEX-CHINA" application, AQSIQ has ensured follow-up actions with regard to 1007 RAPEX notifications. Analysis of 11 quarterly follow-up reports received so far from AQSIQ shows that over a three-month period AQSIQ investigates on average 91 RAPEX cases.

In 566 cases (56%) investigations resulted in preventive or restrictive measures being adopted either by AQSIQ or voluntarily by the Chinese manufacturer/exporter (ex. export stop or strengthened supervision), while in 441 cases (44%) no measures were taken mainly due to insufficiently detailed information on the Chinese company responsible for manufacturing and/or exporting products to the EU.

For information on the 'Business Application' which allows businesses to notify dangerous products to national authorities, please refer to IP/09/1087 and MEMO/09/315 or visit the website:
Jimmy said…
European Commission Decision

of 14 December 2004

laying down guidelines for the notification of dangerous consumer products to the competent authorities of the Member States by producers and distributors, in accordance with Article 5(3) of Directive 2001/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council

(notified under document number C(2004) 4772)
Jimmy said…
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