The smuggled meat was found amid poor hygiene conditions, leading to fears those who ate it could fall ill. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong customs seizes HK$50 million worth of smuggled frozen meat bound for mainland China in largest bust of its kind for a decade

  • Tax-dodging gang sought to evade tariffs, including those imposed during US-China trade war
  • Food was not refrigerated, bypassed health and safety checks and on-board hygiene was ‘bad’
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The smuggled meat was found amid poor hygiene conditions, leading to fears those who ate it could fall ill. Photo: Handout
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