In recent years, food safety issues at home and abroad have been continuously exposed, which has made all sectors of society, including ordinary people, full of worries about the safety of their own tables. Food safety, why is it so difficult? Is the dream of food safety that Chinese people have longed for in the foreseeable future?
Food safety is indeed difficult, but the realization of the dream of food safety that Chinese people have longed for is not in the foreseeable future.
As we all know, my country's agriculture has developed on the basis of the household contract responsibility system. At present, although some state-owned farms and some developed agricultural areas have embarked on a certain scale of industrialized production, most places still retain the small-scale economic production mode of individual contractors working on their own. This situation has caused the problems of relatively low input and output efficiency and difficulty in improving production efficiency. On the other hand, more importantly, this situation is not easy to monitor and lacks safety guarantees, which will indirectly lead to food safety hazards. When the food supply is insufficient, the cost of using food to raise livestock will increase. Some farmers may want to take shortcuts, such as taking or using illegal drugs to increase the weight of livestock, or using other illegal means to increase production, Shorten the breeding cycle.
At present, my country's economy and society are in a transitional stage of development. Various interests and ideas are intertwined, laws and regulations are not perfect and their enforcement is not in place, often resulting in a lack of social integrity. When the cost of illegality is compared, the stunner will take action. This is also one of the reasons why agricultural products that are operated by households are prone to safety problems.
It is often reported in the media that certain farmers or breeders don’t use medicine for what they eat, and they don’t use medicine for what they sell to others, or they don’t eat anything they raise. The reason for this is that there is a demand gap in the market, because the cost of illegal activities is low, and it is difficult for them to resist the temptation of profit margins.
Larger organizations and enterprises dare not easily break the law because of the high cost of breaking the law. Because of this, many parts of our country are working hard to promote the transformation of agricultural production from a small-scale peasant economic production model to mutual assistance, cooperation, intensification, and industrialization.
The road of intensification and industrialization of agricultural production is an important and suitable way out of my country's national conditions to eliminate the disadvantages of niche food safety and high cost from the most basic level of industrial development. Judging from the successful experience at home and abroad, only by consolidating the most basic platform for agricultural production and ensuring the safety and abundant supply of food production can we realize the food safety dreams of most of us, and the ordinary people's dining table will be safe and worry-free.