Recently, the Guangdong Provincial Bureau of Market Supervision issued a food sampling report, which said 10 batches of samples were not qualified, including Gang Rong steamed cake.
Gang Rong steamed cakes were sampled for unqualified products. Source: Official Wechat Public Number of Guangdong Market Regulatory Bureau
The above sampling report shows that the steamed Maccha cake (production date/batch number: 2019-04-24) produced by Jieyang Gangrong Food Development Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Gangrong Food) sold by Meilun Supermarket in Xiangqiao District, Chaozhou City, exceeds the standard of propylene glycol and does not meet the national food safety standards.
According to the Guangdong Provincial Bureau of Market Supervision, propylene glycol is widely used in food, medicine and cosmetics industry because of its good adhesion and hygroscopicity. The National Food Safety Standard for the Use of Food Additives (GB2760-2014) stipulates that the function of propylene glycol is stabilizer and coagulant, anti-caking agent, thickener, etc. The maximum use of propylene glycol in pastries is 3.0g/kg. The content of propylene glycol in steamed cake made by Jieyang Gangrong Food reached 3.58 g/kg.
The Guangdong Provincial Bureau of Market Supervision pointed out that propylene glycol is a low toxic substance, and long-term overconsumption may cause kidney disorders.
Hong Kong Rong Food said in an interview with the media that the above batches of products showed excessive propylene glycol content, which may be caused by transportation, weather or other problems.
It is worth mentioning that Hong Kong Rong steamed cake was not the first time that propylene glycol was found to exceed the standard. In May this year, the Hubei Provincial Market Supervision and Administration also found that the steamed Maccha cake (production date/batch number: 2019-2-18) produced by Hongrong Food Co., Ltd. was sold by Zhongbai Storage Supermarket Co., Ltd. in Beijing-Shan Union Plaza Store. The detection value of propylene glycol was 4.81g/kg, which exceeded the upper limit of 3.0g/kg stipulated by the standard.
Never thought, two months later, Hong Kong Rong steamed cake was found to exceed the standard again. In this regard, netizens are talking about one after another. Some people say love you is not steamed.
Netizens comment. Source: Weibo
According to Tian Eye Check data, the main body of operation of Gang Rong Steamed Cake, Jieyang Gang Rong Food Development Co., Ltd., was established in April 1993. Its legal representative is Lin Deng Rong. Its business scope includes production of cakes, breads, biscuits, candy products, wholesale and retail: pre-packaged food, etc. The companys major shareholder is founder Lin Deng Rong, who holds 36% of the shares and is also the ultimate beneficiary of the company. At present, the company has four wholly-owned holding companies, including Gangrong Food Co., Ltd. in Chengdu, Shandong and Hubei, and Gangrong Fashion Food Co., Ltd. in Jieyang City.
On the evening of September 9, Sino-Singapore longitude and weft clients saw on Tianmao, Jingdong and other e-commerce platforms that some businesses were selling steamed cake of Hongkong Rongcha, but no related products were found when they searched the official flagship store of Hongkong Rongcha Food.
There are still some businesses selling steamed Maccha cake on the e-commerce platform. Source: Skycat, Jingdong screenshot
Customer service staff of Hongkong Rong Food Tianmao Flagship Shop told Sino-Singapore Jingwei clients that the company has recalled all the products mentioned above and destroyed them. All the products sold in the store are qualified products.
Propylene glycol exceeded the standard for a single batch of products, only in the batch of steamed tea cake, the company has recalled all destroyed. Follow-up products are sent to third-party authorities for testing and are all qualified products. The customer service personnel said.
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