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China Commits To Tightening Food Safety Supervision As MOA Talks Begin

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A spokesman at the Chinese embassy in Washington says China will intensify its food safety supervision as U.S. and Chinese officials in Beijing begin work on a memorandum of agreement on food and feed safety

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