The German government wants to play with people’s health
The German government wants to play with people’s health|Food Watch has expressed surprise at the government’s decision to reduce various hygiene tests at food factories. According to the buyers’ organization, the German government’s decision has damaged public confidence and caused a wave of trouble among the general public. According to Food Watch, the decision was made at a time when public confidence has already been discouraged despite the scandal over the scandalous health scandal. News of food factories’ inspections, as well as the decision to reduce preventive and safety tests, have been reported secretly from an internal file of the German Food and Agriculture Department. The decision was made in November this year. Earlier, special teams were inspected by food factories and this inspection was mandatory. Inspection teams thoroughly reviewed preventive and safety measures during food preparation within the factory. According to Food Watch, the government department has also made weekly inspections done on a daily basis in several key factories. The organization termed the decision surprising and disturbing. Food and Agriculture Minister Julia Culkins says new initiatives have been taken in light of modern requirements. Martin Roecker, head of the Food Watch organization, called the German Department of Food and Agriculture crazy. They worry that this monitoring mechanism has the potential to weaken the factory’s precautionary and safety standards. He added that monitoring the implementation of prescribed dietary regulations is possible directly and it is an inappropriate step to delegate responsibility to someone else. Germany has very strict food safety standards. Inspectors at butcher shops suddenly observe the hygiene principles by raiding. Food and Agriculture Minister Julia Clowkins says the new measures have been taken in light of modern requirements. According to the Minister, these decisions have protected the rights of the buyers and these decisions will help to effectively monitor the problem-producing food factories.