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Dongcheng District Commerce Bureau actively promotes minimally processed vegetables on the market

 

On June 10, Dongcheng District Commerce Bureau conducted special investigation and guidance on vegetable retail enterprises such as Youhui Wanjia Jinbao Street Store, Chaonei Nanxiao Street Vegetable Market, and Tianzexiang Complex on the promotion of minimally processed vegetableson the market.

the Guiding Opinions on Gradually Promoting the Appearance of Minimally Processed Vegetableson the Marketrecently issued by Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau of Commerce and Beijing Municipal Bureau of Agriculture and Rural AffairsDongcheng District Commerce Bureau immediately communicated the document’srequirements to the vegetable retail enterprises across the district, encouraged them to set updedicated areas for minimally processedvegetables by taking into account actual situationsand urgedthem to first adopt simple packaging, reduceunnecessary packaging and eliminate excessivepackagingunder the precondition of product safety,and do well in packaging waste reduction and garbage classification.

In order to follow the trends of consumption upgrading and implement

on the market,and are working hard to expand the sales proportion of minimally processed vegetables. In the next step, Dongcheng District Commerce Bureau will continue to carry out the work related to the promotion of minimally processed vegetableson the market, and create a favourable environmentfor the reduction ofdomesticgarbage and the consumption of minimally processed vegetables across the whole district.

At present, various enterprises have been able to implement the work arrangements made at municipal and district levels, expressed  understanding and support for the promotion of minimally processed vegetables