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The health status of this "food street" is worrying

Ganzi Daily May 10, 2017

本网记者 / ■ This reporter's text / picture

5 7 日,某自媒体平台发布的“康中校的学生家长们看过来,你的娃娃正在被毒害”一文,在网络上持续发酵,许多网友的留言透露出对学生健康状况和环境卫生的担忧。 "It's so dirty. The baby eats it and has an impact on the body." "I passed there yesterday, and the smoke was suffocating, and the environment was damaged." On July 7th , a "Public Parents from Central High School came to see that your doll is being poisoned" released by a media platform, and continued to ferment on the Internet. Many netizens' messages revealed the health and environmental health of students. Worry.

So what's the real situation? On the 7th , the reporter came to Kangding Middle School to visit and investigate. The reporter took a taxi to the school, but the driver on the way responded, "The section at the entrance of Campus Kang is full of stalls selling fried potato and fried chicken legs. The car can't drive at all and can only get off in advance." At the doorway, the chaotic and unusually noisy scene immediately came into view. At about a dozen barbecue and frying "mobile stalls", the grills in the hands of merchants flew up and down. Dozens of students wearing school uniforms of "Kangding Middle School" stopped in, and vehicles coming in and out of the school honked continuously. Grilled gluten, fried potatoes, roasted chicken drumsticks, thick oil fume, the smell of various seasonings, and the deep-fried sound of frying ... it's like a hot scene in "Food Street".

However, the relevant person in charge of the school expressed great concern about this. "As far as we know, these vendors have no business qualifications. The food they produce and process has great potential food safety hazards, and students' diarrhea occur from time to time. Moreover, the traffic flow at the school gate is relatively large, and random stalls can easily cause traffic jams or even chaos, and the garbage generated will also have a negative impact on the environmental sanitation of the campus. "

一名不愿透露姓名的老师向记者解释道。 "This phenomenon began about two years ago. The original number of stalls was relatively small and gradually increased. As a result, dozens of centralized stalls have been formed. The school has negotiated with the vendors many times, but advised to leave. To no avail, as soon as the school staff left, the mobile street vendors immediately made a comeback, and the two sides staged a 'cat and mouse game' for a long time. To ease the traffic congestion, the school even closed the gates during school hours to let students enter and exit. " Anonymous teacher explained to reporters.

"Who is responsible if there is a food safety accident?" Facing further questions from the reporter, the teacher seemed very helpless. "The meals in the school cafeteria are strictly sanitary. The teacher will try the dishes before each meal. This is to minimize the possibility of food poisoning among students. However, the health status of the food sold by the vendors at the school gate is unknown. It ’s time for students to go back to school after buying food. In the event of suspected food poisoning, the responsibility will ultimately fall to the school. "

“味道好,花样多,还便宜……”是大多数受访学生对这些路边摊的评价。 In contrast, "taste is good, there are many tricks, and it is cheap ..." is the evaluation of these roadside stalls by most students. However, when asked if they were concerned about the health status of these street snacks, many students said that the school teacher had banned it, and parents had reminded them many times. However, no matter how the parents of the teacher reminded them, in the eyes of children, these "junk foods" are still able to solve "delicious dishes", and the school entrance will be surrounded by half an hour just after school.

Are the hygiene requirements of these "undocumented" small stalls adequate? Why can't it be banned for a long time?

After reviewing relevant information, the reporter found that food stall vendors are prohibited from operating within 100 meters of primary and secondary schools. It is not new that offenders have been banned. 3 1 日,四川省针对食品小作坊、小经营店及摊贩监管出台了第一部地方法规——《四川省食品小作坊、小经营店及摊贩管理条例》,明令“三小一摊”(食品小作坊、小餐饮店、小食杂店、食品摊贩)必须备案登记,持证才能“上岗经营”。 On March 1 , this year , Sichuan Province issued the first local regulations for the supervision of small food shops, small shops and vendors. The "Regulations on the Management of Small Food Shops, Small Shops and Vendors in Sichuan Province" were issued. "Stalls" (small food workshops, small restaurants, small grocery stores, and food vendors) must be registered for registration before they can "go to work" with a license.

So, how long will the food street around the gate of Kangding Middle School without a street vendor be hot?


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