Sheldon Lavin, the chairman and chief executive of OSI, attends a press conference over the recent expired meat scandal in Shanghai. Photo: AFP Sheldon Lavin, the chairman and chief executive of OSI, attends a press conference over the recent expired meat scandal in Shanghai. Photo: AFP
Sheldon Lavin, the chairman and chief executive of OSI, attends a press conference over the recent expired meat scandal in Shanghai. Photo: AFP

Company at centre of rotten meat scandal promises China division shake-up

The parent company of the Shanghai supplier accused of selling expired meat says its conduct was unacceptable

Topic |   China food safety
Sheldon Lavin, the chairman and chief executive of OSI, attends a press conference over the recent expired meat scandal in Shanghai. Photo: AFP Sheldon Lavin, the chairman and chief executive of OSI, attends a press conference over the recent expired meat scandal in Shanghai. Photo: AFP
Sheldon Lavin, the chairman and chief executive of OSI, attends a press conference over the recent expired meat scandal in Shanghai. Photo: AFP
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