Food Safety Issues Resurface in China

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July 21 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s David Ingles reports on Yum Brands and McDonald’s halting the purchase of meat products from a Shanghai supplier while authorities investigate allegations that the company sold chicken and beef past their expiration date. He speaks to Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Concerning food safety.

It concerns yum!

Brands and mcdonald's. it is again this problem with supply chain in china.

Out of date food again?

That is reported to be the case.

It is mcdonald's and yum!


Kfc, pizza hut, fairly big networks in china, in all the big cities there.

The name of that supplier is shanghai hu si.

This stems from a report on dragon tv.

What happened is that reporters of the network went into the factories and saw evidence that the workers repackaged the food, change the shelf life to another year and then shipped them out.

It is currently being investigated right now by shanghai's fda.

It is a problem with a supply chain but it does not help reputation, which is already, we have a lot of food safety issues in the country.

What do we have in terms of the suppliers?

Have a maiden apology or rejected these accusations?

Shanghai husi is owned by an illinois-based american company.

They are saying they are cooperating with the investigation.

They are actually suspended from operating by the shanghai fda.

Mcdonald's and yum are basically stopping purchases of beef on the request of the shanghai fda.

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