The government's move follows a scandal over the discovery that the McDonald's fast food chain in Hong Kong had bought meat from the Shanghai factory of supplier Husi, which is under investigation for reprocessing rotten meat and selling it. Photo: Edward Wong The government's move follows a scandal over the discovery that the McDonald's fast food chain in Hong Kong had bought meat from the Shanghai factory of supplier Husi, which is under investigation for reprocessing rotten meat and selling it. Photo: Edward Wong
The government's move follows a scandal over the discovery that the McDonald's fast food chain in Hong Kong had bought meat from the Shanghai factory of supplier Husi, which is under investigation for reprocessing rotten meat and selling it. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong eyes new food-import regulations after 'rotten meat' scandal

After a safety scandal in which McDonald's admitted to buying from a supplier selling rotten meat, new import regulations may be next

The government's move follows a scandal over the discovery that the McDonald's fast food chain in Hong Kong had bought meat from the Shanghai factory of supplier Husi, which is under investigation for reprocessing rotten meat and selling it. Photo: Edward Wong The government's move follows a scandal over the discovery that the McDonald's fast food chain in Hong Kong had bought meat from the Shanghai factory of supplier Husi, which is under investigation for reprocessing rotten meat and selling it. Photo: Edward Wong
The government's move follows a scandal over the discovery that the McDonald's fast food chain in Hong Kong had bought meat from the Shanghai factory of supplier Husi, which is under investigation for reprocessing rotten meat and selling it. Photo: Edward Wong
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