【Second-hand office supplies market】Imported stationery may not be more assured. Zhejiang Inspection and Quarantine Bureau randomly inspected 51 batches of samples

by:Yourijiu     2021-08-20
In the pursuit of high quality, many parents now choose to buy higher-priced imported stationery products for their children. But are the quality of the nominally imported stationery on the market really better? From July to August this year, Zhejiang Inspection and Quarantine Bureau conducted random inspections of imported stationery sold on 9 cross-border e-commerce platforms, and 51 batches of office supplies in the second-hand market... In order to pursue high quality, many parents will choose Buy higher-priced imported stationery products for children, but is the quality of those nominally imported stationery on the market really better? From July to August this year, Zhejiang Inspection and Quarantine Bureau conducted random inspections on imported stationery sold on 9 cross-border e-commerce platforms. Among the 51 batches of stationery samples inspected by the second-hand office supplies market, 50 batches were unqualified, which involved safety, hygiene, For the 5 batches of unqualified environmental protection projects, the unqualified rate was 9.8%.  The cross-border e-commerce platforms that were spot-checked included Tmall Global, Taobao Global Shopping, NetEase Koala, JD Global Shopping, Beibei.com, Mibud, Amazon, Ocean Dock, and Yunhou.com. The products sampled are mainly used by students daily, including schoolbags, scissors, paints for painting and calligraphy, plasticine, booklets, pencil sharpeners, glue and pens (pens, pencils, etc.). The second-hand office supplies are mainly derived from The United States, the European Union, Japan and other countries and regions.  Inspectors purchased natural soybean crayons made in the United States on Beibei.com and found that the barium content of one of the red crayons exceeded my country's standard by 50%. According to data, if the barium element in the second-hand office supplies market is accidentally eaten by children, it will cause barium poisoning. Inspectors also purchased a batch of Italian-made Campo Marzio mid-size notebooks on Tmall International. The inspection found that the bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) in the cover of the notebook exceeded the relevant EU regulations. 50% of the prescribed maximum limit, the second-hand office supplies market does not meet the relevant requirements of the European Union, and has an adverse impact on the health and safety of children. In addition, the inspectors also tested a batch of KOHBEC scissors made in Japan and a batch of Japanese anti-slip fine-tooth 13.5cm scissors that Taobao purchased globally. They found that they have sharp tips and no warning instructions. The second-hand office supplies market is extremely easy. Injuries caused by misuse by young children are not in compliance with the relevant regulations of our country.   Zhejiang Inspection and Quarantine Bureau has notified the above-mentioned unqualified cases to the e-commerce platform, and the e-commerce platform will deal with the relevant unqualified products. As of yesterday, all Alibaba Group's products have been removed from the shelves, and a batch of Beibei.com is urging its recall.   Zhejiang Inspection and Quarantine Bureau reminds consumers not to blindly believe in imported stationery, especially imported stationery purchased through cross-border e-commerce, many of which do not have Chinese signs and instructions, which may easily cause misuse of stationery and cause unnecessary harm. In the second-hand office supplies market, if consumers have already purchased similar imported toys for their children, be sure to let the children use them correctly under the supervision of their parents.
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