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green food is the general name of pollution-free, safe, high-quality and nutritious food in China. It refers to the pollution-free, pollution-free, safe, high-quality and nutritious food produced according to the specific production mode and approved by the relevant special institutions of the state to use the green food mark. Similar foods are called organic food, ecological food and natural food in other countries. In May 1990, China’s Ministry of agriculture officially stipulated the name, standard and logo of green food. The standard stipulates: ① the origin of products or product raw materials must meet the ecological environment standard of green food. ② Crop planting, livestock and poultry breeding, aquaculture and food processing must comply with the production and operation procedures of green food. ③ The products must meet the quality and hygiene standards of green food. ④ The label of the product must comply with the relevant provisions in the green food logo design standard manual formulated by the Ministry of agriculture of China. The sign of green food is a green round pattern, with the sun above and leaves and buds below. The meaning of the sign is protection
in many countries, green food has many similar names and names, such as “ecological food”, “natural food”, “Blue Angel Food”, “healthy food”, “organic agricultural food”, etc. Internationally, the word “green” has been used to protect the environment and related undertakings. Therefore, in order to highlight that this kind of food comes from a good ecological environment and strict processing procedures, it is uniformly called “green food” in China
green food refers to the safe, high-quality and nutritious food products that are planted, cultured, applied with organic fertilizer under pollution-free conditions, processed and produced under standard environment, production technology and health standards without high toxicity and high residue pesticides, and recognized and used by authoritative institutions
[edit this paragraph] conditions for green food
1 The origin of products or raw materials must meet the eco-environmental quality standards of green food
2. Crop planting, livestock and poultry breeding, aquaculture and food processing must comply with the operating procedures for green food production
3. Products must comply with green food standards
4. The packaging, storage and transportation of products must meet the packaging, storage and transportation standards of green food
[edit this paragraph] green food standard
green food standard is a recommended agricultural industry standard (NY /T) issued by the Ministry of agriculture, which must be followed by green food production enterprises
green food standards are divided into two technical levels, namely AA green food standards and A-level green food standards
the green food standard takes the whole process quality control concept of “from land to table” as the core, and is composed of the following four parts:
environmental standard of green food origin, namely the environmental technical conditions of green food origin (NY /T 391)
technical standard of green food production
Product standard of green food
packaging of green food Storage and Transportation Standards
[edit this paragraph] the emergence of green food
after the Second World War, developed countries such as Europe, America and Japan successively realized agricultural modernization on the basis of industrial modernization. On the one hand, it has greatly enriched the food supply of these countries. On the other hand, there are serious problems, that is, with the continuous and large-scale input of agricultural chemicals into farmland, harmful chemicals are enriched in organisms through soil and water, and enter crops and livestock and poultry through the food chain, resulting in food pollution and ultimately damage to human health. It can be seen that agriculture that relies too much on chemical fertilizers and pesticides (also known as “oil agriculture”) will pose harm to the environment, resources and human health, and this harm has the characteristics of concealment, accumulation and long-term
in 1962, Ms. Rachel Carson of the United States took the measures taken by East Lansing, Michigan to eliminate beetles that hurt elms as an example to disclose the harm of insecticide DDT to other organisms. The city sprayed a large number of trees with DDT. The leaves fell to the ground in autumn. The worms ate the leaves. After spring, the robins ate the worms. A week later, almost all the robins in the city died. In silent spring, Ms Carson wrote: “The world is widely polluted by insect control drugs. Chemicals have invaded the water, infiltrated into the soil, and spread a harmful film on plants… Which has caused serious harm to the human body. In addition, there are terrible aftereffects that can not be detected for several years, or even have an impact on genetics, which can not be detected for several generations.” MS Carson’s conclusion undoubtedly sounded an alarm to the world
in the early 1970s, the trend of “organic agriculture”, which was extended from the United States to Europe and Japan, aimed at limiting excessive input of chemicals to protect the ecological environment and improve food safety, affected many countries. Some countries began to take economic measures and legal means to encourage and support the development and production of pollution-free food. Since the United Nations Conference on environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, many countries have started from agriculture and actively explored the model of sustainable agricultural development in order to alleviate the serious pressure on the environment and resources caused by oil agriculture. Developed countries such as Europe, the United States, Japan and Australia and some developing countries have accelerated the research of ecological agriculture. In this international context, China has decided to develop pollution-free, safe and high-quality nutritious food, and named them “green food”
[edit this paragraph] the grading standard of green food
distinguish class A and AA green approval in the process of green food application and approval
AA grade green approval refers to the products that are produced and processed according to specific production and operation procedures without using any harmful chemical synthetic substances in the production process in the place of origin where the ecological environment quality meets the specified standards. The product quality and packaging meet the specific standards after testing and inspection, and are recognized by the special organization, and are allowed to use the AA grade green approval mark
AA grade green food does not use any harmful chemical synthetic substances in the production process
class a green food refers to the products that are allowed to use limited amount of chemical synthetic substances in the production process in the places where the ecological environment quality meets the regulations, and are produced and processed according to the specific production and operation procedures. The product quality and packaging meet the specific marks after testing and inspection, and are approved to use the class a green food mark after being recognized by the special organization. Class a green food is allowed to use limited chemical synthetic substances in the production process
the packaging, decoration and commodity label of green food products. The packaging and decoration of green food shall meet the requirements of the green food logo design standard manual. The unit that obtains the ownership of the green logo shall use the green food logo for the internal and external packaging of products. The manual strictly stipulates the standard graphics, standard fonts, standardized organization of graphics and fonts, standard colors, advertising terms, standard graphics and numbering specifications for serial food packaging, and lists applic
ation examples
How do consumers identify green food? The packaging of green food products must meet the following requirements: (1) “four in one” of grade a green food, that is, logo graphics, “green food” literature, number and anti-counterfeiting label. (2) the background color of Grade AA green food logo is white, and the font of logo and standard is green; while the background color of grade a green food logo is green, and the font of logo and standard is white. (3) “product number” The words “use of green food logo with the permission of China Green Food Development Center” are written on the back or right below, and its English standard is “certified Chinese Crean food proct”. (4) the packaging label of green food shall comply with the national general standard for food labeling gb7718-94. The standard stipulates that the following aspects must be marked on the food label: food name; ingredient list; fine content and solid content; name and address of manufacturer and seller; date mark (production date, shelf life) and storage guide; quality The green logo is composed of the green logo of the China Food Development Administration.
the logo above is the green logo of the China Food Development Administration.
the logo below is the green logo of the China Food Development Administration.
as a certification trademark of specific product quality, the exclusive right of green food logo is protected by the Trademark Law of the people’s Republic of China
there are two kinds of green food: Grade a green food and Grade AA green food. Class a green food refers to the products that are allowed to use limited amount of chemical synthetic substances in the place of origin and production process where the ecological environment quality meets the specified standards, and are produced, processed, product quality and packaging according to the specific production and operation procedures. After being tested and inspected to meet the specific standards, and recognized by the special organization, they are allowed to use the class a green food mark. AA grade green food (equivalent to organic food) refers to the products that are produced, processed, product quality and packaging in accordance with specific production and operation procedures without using any harmful chemical synthetic substances in the production process in the place where the ecological environment quality meets the specified standards, and are approved to use the AA grade green food mark after being tested and inspected to meet the specific standards and recognized by the special agency
consumers should recognize the “logo” when purchasing this kind of food. The green food sign consists of three parts: the sun above, the leaves below and the bud in the center. The sign is round, meaning protection and safety. Class a marks are white words on a green background, and Class AA marks are green words on a white background. The logo is recognized and issued by China Green Food Association
you can identify the authenticity online: the green food logo has not been re declared after it expires. Some enterprises are trying to save costs, and some are because the products have actually failed the national inspection and certification of green food. Consumers can log in to “China Green Food Network” to identify the authenticity of the purchased products
environmental requirements for the origin of pollution-free agricultural products
environmental requirements for the origin of agricultural products safety and quality GB /t18407-2001 is divided into the following four parts:
1 The standard stipulates the environmental conditions such as water, air and soil that affect the production of pollution-free vegetables according to the relevant requirements of the current national standards and in combination with the actual production of pollution-free vegetables, which provides an environmental quality basis for the selection of pollution-free vegetable producing areas
2. The environmental requirements for the safe quality of agricultural products and the origin of pollution-free fruits (GB /t18407.2-2001)
this standard stipulates the environmental conditions such as water, air and soil that affect the production of pollution-free fruits according to the relevant requirements of the current national standards and in combination with the actual production of pollution-free fruits, which provides an environmental quality basis for the selection of the origin of pollution-free fruits
3. Safety and quality of agricultural products environmental requirements for producing areas of pollution-free livestock and poultry meat

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