CFDA recently released updates on the campaign to crack down over illegal food sales and false advertisements, indicating the campaign has yielded positive results so far.
In July, 2017, nine government agencies include the food safety office of the State Council, Industry & Commerce Bureau and CFDA co-launched a special campaign to crack down over illegal food sales and false ads. The campaign specifically aims to spot productions without official approval, illegal additives, substandard marketing campaign and sales fraud.
The campaign has spotted 870,000 illegal health food workshops and 12,000 cases were investigated.
The agencies also clarified that special attention should be paid to implement this campaign, and those who violated regulations should be punished severely. (Source: sina.com)