Thursday, March 12, 2009

Food Inspection

Nowadays nobody trust China branded food. Regardless it's canned food, packet food, snack or juice, one would hesitate before proceed to cash register, if there is "Made In China" written on the packet.

Recently I found out one bought some junk food from China for someone...


Lay's green cucumber flavored potato crisps.

I am so concern if it's safe to consume it, in particular seeing "Made In China" label on the cone...


Oh, it's in Chinese. 中国 = China, 制造 = Made.

So I need to "inspect" it myself before the Kiasi fellow put it into the mouth.. I inspect the information on the cone...


No melamine. First inspection passed.

I open the cone, pull out the tray...


Looks clean inside the cone. Second inspection passed.

Now the potato crisps...


Looks genuine without any chemical substance. Third inspection passed.

But how accurate is the inspection if I don't "risk" myself to test it?! So I go ahead to try it myself, for the sake to ensure someone's safety and wellness. And just before the dinner...


Phew~ I am still "alive". But I feel a little "uneasy" after eating, I think I need more quantity to "inspect" properly. Hmmmm... At least another cone for "thorough inspection". So please send in another cone before someone returns!

Burp~ (Opps)

p/s: this is just a teaser post that I am conquering someone's snacks. :P