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Shenzhen Authorities Accuse Walmart China Of Selling Expired Meat And Recycling Used Cooking Oil

August 8, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A Wal-Mart Stores Inc. branch in China’s Shenzhen City was accused by the state-owned Shenzhen City Channel broadcaster of selling expired meat and of recycling used cooking oil in preparing food. A video broadcast by the TV channel and allegedly recorded by an employee at the Walmart store showed “unhygienic practices” encouraged by the store management. Shenzhen city regulators took samples of meat and oil from the Walmart store, according to a report by the Oriental Morning Post newspaper.
Laura He, "Walmart China accused of using old meat, oil", Market Watch, August 08, 2014, © MarketWatch, Inc.
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