China's food safety woes persist

China's food safety woes persist

Chinese officials uncover illegal slaughter site.

EIGHT officials from China's Jiangxi province were relieved of their duties after pork from pigs with a "highly contagious virus" was allowed to enter the market in at least seven provinces, according to a report filed by local authorities.

China Central Television first reported the news of this latest food scandal on Dec. 27, which revealed that the annual revenue of the tainted pork t

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