How to judge whether the product is good or bad when the merchant wholesales lunch boxes
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In the wholesale market, you will find that disposable tableware has been listed in the purchase list by more and more merchants. A wholesaler said that generally in places where the flow of people is concentrated, especially in schools or office buildings, it has long become a habit for people to choose take-out at noon. Under the influence of this trend, merchants are equipped with disposables. Tableware has long been commonplace.
With such a huge amount of use, the use of disposable tableware to protect the personal safety of consumers needs more attention, and the first thing that is the business is the wholesale of lunch boxes, or the wholesale of tableware.
"Seeing" is when choosing disposable tableware and lunch boxes. Don't just look at the color of the tableware and lunch boxes. Don't think that the whiter the color, the more hygienic they are. Some tableware and lunch box manufacturers want to make the cups look whiter. A large amount of fluorescent whitening agent was added. Once these harmful substances enter the human body, they will become potential carcinogens. ^It is recommended that citizens ^ take a photo under a lamp when choosing tableware and lunch boxes. If the tableware and lunch boxes are blue under fluorescent lights, it proves that the fluorescent agent exceeds the standard, and consumers should use it with caution.
The second is to wholesale qualified disposable tableware and lunch boxes, mainly because some products are too soft and easily deformed after being put into food, and some even cannot be handled; some tableware and lunch boxes have poor airtightness, and the bottom is prone to water leakage; A few tableware and lunch box manufacturers add a large amount of fluorescent whitening agent in order to make the cups whiter. According to medical clinical experiments, fluorescent substances can make cells mutate, and once fluorescent agents enter the human body, they will become potential carcinogens.