U.S. Food Supplier Weighs Appeal After China Court Jails Workers

  • Two Chinese OSI units found guilty of selling out-of-date meat
  • Company says verdict follows `smear campaign' by state media

OSI Group LLC, the U.S. food company run by banker-turned-burger tycoon Sheldon Lavin, said it’s considering an appeal after a Shanghai court found two of its Chinese units guilty of selling out-of-date products and jailed 10 workers.

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