More than 62 per cent of China’s e-commerce users shopped online for packaged food products this year, according to a recent report. Photo: Shutterstock More than 62 per cent of China’s e-commerce users shopped online for packaged food products this year, according to a recent report. Photo: Shutterstock
More than 62 per cent of China’s e-commerce users shopped online for packaged food products this year, according to a recent report. Photo: Shutterstock
E-commerce

Chinese e-commerce platforms to be held responsible for safety of food products, Supreme Court says

  • From next year, e-commerce platforms have to make food vendors register with their real names and check their licences
  • If they fail to do so and customers complain about food safety issues, they can be held jointly liable with the vendors

Topic |   E-commerce
More than 62 per cent of China’s e-commerce users shopped online for packaged food products this year, according to a recent report. Photo: Shutterstock More than 62 per cent of China’s e-commerce users shopped online for packaged food products this year, according to a recent report. Photo: Shutterstock
More than 62 per cent of China’s e-commerce users shopped online for packaged food products this year, according to a recent report. Photo: Shutterstock
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