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(This article was first published April 15, 2014, by the Australian Institute for Food Safety and is reposted here with permission from AIFS.)

Infected snail meat, poisonous mushrooms, goat meat marinated in duck urine to make it taste and smell like lamb – these are just some of the culinary delights that China’s food industry has served to its citizens since 2006. In a move to clean up China’s international reputation for appalling food safety, new food safety laws will ban firms caught producing or selling unsafe foods from operating. As a result of these new laws, if a company’s


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