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Imported dried fruit preserves.

Imported food refers to food that is not a national brand, which is commonly referred to as other countries and regions, including food produced in other countries and regions and packaged in domestic

Imported food refers to food that is not a national brand, which is commonly referred to as other countries and regions, including food produced in other countries and regions and packaged in domestic products.


For consumers, the most direct way to identify whether food is imported is to see if there is a "country of origin" on the package. It is a mistake to judge whether the bar code of commodity is the "import bar code". Because the commodity bar code adopts the international common commodity code and barcode identification system, it has the uniqueness and universal access, it only indicates that the product is registered, does not represent the actual production place of the product.