Beijing reported a cluster of new coronavirus cases on June 19, hitting the food and restaurant service industry which just begin to recover for a few weeks. Photo: EPA-EFEBeijing reported a cluster of new coronavirus cases on June 19, hitting the food and restaurant service industry which just begin to recover for a few weeks. Photo: EPA-EFE
Beijing reported a cluster of new coronavirus cases on June 19, hitting the food and restaurant service industry which just begin to recover for a few weeks. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: China’s food industry grapples with fresh disruption on fears of new Beijing outbreak

  • China’s food service industry is facing fresh uncertainty after authorities stepped up scrutiny of imports in response to a new virus outbreak in Beijing
  • A growing list of companies have either voluntarily halted exports to China or had products banned due to virus infections at meat processing plants around the world
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Beijing reported a cluster of new coronavirus cases on June 19, hitting the food and restaurant service industry which just begin to recover for a few weeks. Photo: EPA-EFEBeijing reported a cluster of new coronavirus cases on June 19, hitting the food and restaurant service industry which just begin to recover for a few weeks. Photo: EPA-EFE
Beijing reported a cluster of new coronavirus cases on June 19, hitting the food and restaurant service industry which just begin to recover for a few weeks. Photo: EPA-EFE
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