Students in Chengdu No.7 Middle School suffered from mildew and rotten food. Chengdu authorities in Sichuan are investigating a food safety incident in a local high school after parents posted photos and videos online Tuesday about mouldy foods such as tomatoes, meat pies and frozen meat in the school canteen.
Parents of primary school students affiliated to Chengdu No.7 Middle School reported that their children had diarrhea and stool bleeding after eating in the school canteen. According to its website, galvanized steel tubing suppliers Chengdu No. 7 Middle School has elementary, junior, senior and international schools (categories). There are more than 140 classes and more than 6000 teachers and students.
According to “Shangyou News” website, the school canteen has been outsourced to Sichuan Deyu Logistics Management Service Co., Ltd. The company’s website was closed Wednesday.
Wenjiang District Government Information Office said Wednesday that the Public Security Bureau of Wenjiang District, Chengdu, where the school is located, is investigating eight school administrators involved in the incident. square steel tubing for sale“The district’s market regulation bureau has taken samples of 19 batches of food and sealed up all food at the storeroom and freezer,” they said.
Same scandal happened in others
Similar scandals have occurred elsewhere in the country. Last October, the principal of a well-known international school in Shanghai was dismissed after the health and education authorities confirmed that moldy tomatoes and onions were found in the kitchen where students were preparing food.steel coil manufacturers
Located in Pudong, Zhongxin International Private School is a K-12 school funded by China’s largest semiconductor manufacturer, Semiconductor Manufacturing International. It recruits students from its own working families and from outside the company. The annual tuition fee is as high as 120,000 yuan ($17,800).
The food supplier was identified by the health authorities as Shanghai Eurest Food Technologies Service Company, wholly owned by Compass Group, a global catering service provider based in the UK.