Please see the logo on the package when buying tea

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When buying tea, citizens should see the logo on the package.

the mandatory standard "requirements for tea labeling" has been implemented since August 1.

in view of the non-standard status of tea labeling in Guangzhou, the Guangzhou local standard "requirements for tea labeling" (hereinafter referred to as "requirements") drafted by the Guangzhou Municipal Bureau of quality and technical supervision has been released for the first time recently. Yesterday, the city tour found that the tea labels of large supermarkets in the city basically meet the requirements, while the tea packaging labels of most tea plantations and Shiduo stores are not standardized

according to wuyuede, director of the standardization supervision and management division of the Municipal Bureau of quality supervision, it is necessary to check whether the sensor is normal in the market at present? The general data obtained by measuring the sensor with a multimeter resistance block is: About 405 Ω at the input end; The output end is about 340 Ω; The resistance value of any two leads at one end and the other end is 280 Ω. The tea logo is extremely irregular, and the tea names are diverse. The requirements was issued under this background. He also said that the requirement is a mandatory standard, which is compiled with reference to the national standard GB7718 general standard for food labeling, as well as the relevant provisions of the provisions on product labeling, the product quality law of the people's Republic of China, and the food hygiene law of the people's Republic of China. It stipulates the requirements for the content and basic requirements of tea labeling, and will be officially implemented from August 1 this year

most of the tea labels are incomplete

at a tea house in Tangxia, Tianhe, it was found that there are a wide range of tea on the container. More than ten varieties of tea, such as Longjing, Biluochun, Maofeng, Tieguanyin, Pu'er and so on, are packed in plastic, but only the name of the tea and some poems are printed on the package. The identification contents in the requirements, such as net content, origin of raw materials, package, date of fine grain packaging, standard number and so on, are not visible. According to the shopkeeper, the tea in this tea farm is produced in Fujian, and the price per kilogram ranges from 30 to 200 yuan

then visited Gangding, Shipai and other places, and found that the situation of each tea shop was basically the same. In a cheap comprehensive store in Shipai, all tea packages have only the product name and the tea making method in Chinese and Japanese. Among them, the package named "Gaoshan tea king" is priced at 168 yuan. There are no basic signs such as origin, packaging date, quality grade, dealer name on the outer package and the small box package inside. The owner claimed that the tea in the store could have a long shelf life

in the large supermarkets in the city, except for a few products that are not marked with the place of origin and the logo font is slightly vague, the packaging of tea is relatively standardized, in line with the specific provisions in the requirements

bulk tea only has handwritten labels

many tea stores sell bulk tea in addition to packaged tea. In a tea shop in Tianhe District, it was found that the varieties of bulk tea were mixed with lead alloy, even more than packaged tea, but only a handwritten label was pasted on the outside of the tea barrel, with only the name and price of tea on the label. During the interview, the shopkeeper frequently opened the lid of the tea barrel to let customers get close to the taste of tea

according to insiders, although bulk tea is convenient for customers to identify and select, it is easy to deteriorate because some mines in Tang Shandong University absorb moisture and peculiar smell for pelletizing powder due to long-term exposure in the air. In addition, the packaging of bulk tea products lacks clear grade, production date, factory name, address, production standards and other contents, so once customers find quality problems, it is difficult to complain

there are different opinions on the shelf life of tea

recently, a reader called to inquire. When buying tea in the tea market, some merchants said that the shelf life on the tea box was just a disguise. In fact, tea has no shelf life. For example, Pu'er tea is more valuable and better to drink

interviewed many tea merchants and learned that tea is listed as a kind of food by the state, and it is required to have a shelf life. Generally, food contains more or less water. Once it passes the shelf life, it is easy to rot. The water content of tea is completely dried during the production process. As long as it is properly preserved, drinking it after the shelf life will not have a negative impact on the human body, but the taste of some tea is not as good as it was at the beginning

according to an expert, the fresher the tea, the better, such as black tea (green tea), scented tea and Tieguanyin tea. It is best to drink it within half a year. Otherwise, it is difficult to guarantee its own quality and charm

at present, most tea factories in China rely on tea experts to determine the level and value of a batch of tea through on-site identification, and the shelf life may not be very accurate. Under general sealed packaging, the taste of all kinds of tea can remain unchanged within a year

at present, some undesirable merchants in the tea market will carry out secondary processing and sales of damp and moldy tea. Therefore, it is best to remind consumers to taste tea before buying tea, and judge whether it is genuine by tasting its taste. For tea, it is more terrible to be affected by moisture and deteriorate than simply passing the shelf life

the relevant person in charge of Guangzhou Bureau of quality and technical supervision explained that at present, the national standard for tea is only based on the food hygiene standard, and many production enterprises have their own enterprise standards in the rating of tea. On the issue of shelf life, at present, only Pu'er tea has no standard, because it is a kind of tea with local characteristics, and it is also a fully fermented product, so it is difficult to set a shelf life standard. Other kinds of tea should be operated according to national standards

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