Chinese Food Safety: A Case Study of Pig-Raising Industry
This paper introduces the Shuanghui scandal, which is affected Chinese food safety to some extend. On that base, the causes of the food safety problems in pig-raising industry in China are explained. Finally, some suggestion was presented to improve the safety in china.
Keywords: Food safety; Pig-raising industry; Chinese agricultural
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