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Departments: Despite Regulatory Reform, China’s Food Safety Remains Problematic

Chinese consumers continue to be weary of domestically produced foods, even those sold under international brands.

Features: Regulation and the U.S.–China Dynamic

In the past, within living memory, food processing was largely a localized system with production facilities located near the source of the food product supply, the two linked by short and relatively simple logistics. Today the global food processing industry is estimated at more than $2 trillion in annual sales, with approximately 25% directly involving international import/export sourcing.

News: So Honey, Where Ya From?

A lone Texas A&M University researcher and a group of North American honey companies and importers are trying to halt the import of mislabeled Chinese honey.

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