Workers on a production line at a fish processing factory in Liaoning province. Photo: Xinhua
Workers on a production line at a fish processing factory in Liaoning province. Photo: Xinhua

Why China’s food security is being threatened by nutrient loss

  • The loss of nutrient-rich foods through processing, packaging, handling and transport poses a threat to China’s food security, says government think tank
  • New study adds authorities should promote a more healthy and low-carbon diet, including coarse grains, aquatic products and white meat like poultry

Workers on a production line at a fish processing factory in Liaoning province. Photo: Xinhua
Workers on a production line at a fish processing factory in Liaoning province. Photo: Xinhua
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