It was revealed that a company introduced as a good restaurant on a television program deceived white pigs into black pigs.
The Jeju Provincial Police Force (CEO Ko Chang-kyung) announced on the 19th that it has detected 12 cases including 7 violations of origin labeling (false labeling and 2 non-labeling), 4 violations of food hygiene (storage and display of expired food), and 1 violation of food labeling and advertising (false labeling).
The crackdown was centered on famous SNS restaurants, delivery-type shared kitchens through monitoring delivery applications, golf courses, and business trip buffet restaurants.
In the special crackdown, the Jeju Autonomous Police Force detected two famous online restaurants, one delivery-type shared kitchen, two golf courses, one business trip buffet, and six general restaurants.
In major violations, company A, which was introduced as a restaurant in a television program, guided, “All pork cutlet is made of Jeju black pork,” but in reality, it was found that it used white pork, not black pork.
Company B, a famous SNS restaurant and local restaurant, was caught storing red pepper powder that has passed its expiration date in a food material storage warehouse.
A famous golf course C company was caught selling U.S. pork, which is used as a side dish, by falsely labeling the country of origin as domestic.
The delivery-type shared kitchen D company, which has kitchen facilities in one space and is used by a number of delivery restaurant companies, did not indicate the origin of chicken used in foods such as Buffalo Wing.
It was revealed that E company, a general restaurant, falsely labeled Chinese blue crabs as domestic and provided them to customers as soybean paste stew.
Under the “Act on the Labeling of Origin of Agricultural and Fishery Products,” false labeling of origin will be sentenced to up to seven years in prison or fined up to 100 million won, and non-labeling of origin will be fined up to 10 million won under the same law. 제주도 맛집 추천
In addition, displaying, storing, and selling expired foods will be sentenced to up to three years in prison or fined up to 30 million won under the Food Sanitation Act, and violating food labeling standards will be sentenced to up to five years in prison or fined up to 50 million won under the Food Labeling and Advertising Act.