Shuanghui meat products put off shelf in Shanghai

11:10, March 17, 2011      

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Staff workers put Shuanghui meat products off the shelf after receiving a sale suspension notice at a supermarket in Shanghai, east China, March 16, 2011. China's largest meat processor Shuanghui Group apologized Wednesday after an illegal additive was allegedly found in meat products in Jiyuan Shuanghui, a subsidiary company of Shuanghui Group. The group ordered Jiyuan Shuanghui to halt operations and sent a deputy general manager to the company to impose corrective measures. (Xinhua)
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