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American Restaurants in China Supplied With Rotten Meat

Workers produce food at the Shanghai Husi Food Co., part of the OSI Group, a U.S. food processor, in Shanghai on July 20, 2014. Shanghai city officials have shut down the plant for producing fast-food products using expired meat. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Workers produce food at the Shanghai Husi Food Co., part of the OSI Group, a U.S. food processor, in Shanghai on July 20, 2014. Shanghai city officials have shut down the plant for producing fast-food products using expired meat. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Five major American fast food retailers have cancelled all orders from a Chinese supplier after learning from a TV report that the supplier was using...




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