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Tongwei Co.,Ltd won various honours at the 17th China Food Safety Annual Conference

Source:Tongwei

On the morning of November 13, sponsored by the General Administration of Customs, the State Administration for Market Regulation(SAMR), National Forestry and Grassland Administration, People’s Government of Sichuan Province and China Food Industry Association ,  hosted by China Food Safety News Agency, Department of agriculture and rural areas of Sichuan Province, Market Supervision Bureau of Sichuan Province , Meishan Municipal People’s Government ,The 17th China Food Safety Annual Conference was held in Meishan City, Sichuan Province. Nearly a thousand leaders of central government,ministries and commissions, foreign guests, leaders of the host units and sponsoring units, leaders of Sichuan Province, experts and scholars from all over the country, industry representatives, food companies and news media attended the conference. At this conference, Tongwei Co., Ltd. won the “Outstanding Case of Management Innovation” and the “Integrity Demonstration Unit”. Li Tianwen, general manager of Tongwei Food Xintaifeng Agricultural Development Co., Ltd., was awarded the honorary title of “Excellent Manager”.

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