4. For pre-packaged food, you’d better buy those in intact packaging bags with complete and clear food information such as name, specifications and quantity and with a valid date. You should not buy any of those with air leakage, incomplete appearance and dirt, or mixed with foreign matters. Special attention should be paid to the production date and expiration date of any complimentary food or food for promotion.
5. For bulk food, you’ better buy those labeled with information of their producers and operators.
6. When dining out, you should choose restaurants with valid business licenses, food business licenses or small-sized food and beverage business registration certificates.