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Sunday, 4 May 2014
Beijing bans cheese imports from Britain
Food inspectors from China were dissatisfied with standards at a UK dairy during
most things are polluted and poisoned including
the air, water and food. Recently in 2008, their was the milk scandal (melamine chemical poisoning) were six babies died and 300,000 left sick but largely unknown to the rest of the world was the poisoned
and sickpets (dogs
and cats) suffering with gallstone problems.
From these incidences China has new food
safety laws which came into force on 1st May. The UK prides its self with its high standards of
food quality but if China
has higher standards then dairy companies have to meet these standards if they
want to continue to export to China.
Britain currently exports 11.5 tonnes
of cheese to China
each year. All though the cheese market in China is relatively small their has
been a sharp increase in demand for this
year. Export figures for January and February alone are already valued at