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CONVENIENCE stores including FamilyMart, Lawson and Kedi have come under fire after some of their outlets were found selling expired food.

Four downtown outlets of FamilyMart were selling expired puffs, custard pudding, bean curd, potato salad and cherry tomatoes, the Shanghai Morning Post reported yesterday.

A Kedi store on Fuxing Road E. was selling a Kung-Pao-chicken packaged meal expire
CONSUMERS visiting Carrefour stores in Shanghai are now able to trace the origin of vegetables and fruits on sale by scanning the Quick Response codes of products with their smartphones.

The production place and date of the item, the business license of its supplier and other information regarding the farms can be tracked down, officials said yesterday.

Customers will feel safe to eat these
Porcine circovirus is one of the diseases that killed many pigs now floating down a river in Songjiang District, the Shanghai Agricultural Commission said this morning.

By yesterday, more than 1,200 dead pigs had been removed from the river.

Experts from the Shanghai Animal Diseases Control and Prevention Centre collected hearts, livers, spleens, lungs, lymph nodes and tonsils from five car
SHANGHAI will expand tax reform and improve fiscal structure to encourage healthy economic development even as the mayor warns the city faces problems in raising fiscal revenue this year.

The city will prioritize investment in innovation and infrastructure, boosting consumption, and supporting public welfare in its fiscal expenditure this year, Mayor Yang Xiong said at a municipality conferenc
EXCESSIVE microbes, additives and pesticide residues were blamed for more than 99 percent of food contamination cases last year, the city's food safety watchdog said yesterday.

About 97 percent of food products such as cakes, salad, cooked food and bean products that failed quality checks had excessive microbes, the Shanghai Food Safety Office said.

Excessive microbes are caused by poor hyg
Having closed for renovations last month, this week Bulgari opened the doors of its all-new Plaza 66 flagship in Shanghai with a blowout attended by a bevy of local celebrities and featuring a distinctly serpentine theme. Centered around the lighting of a massive snake feature (identical to those seen at Bulgari flagships in New York, Tokyo and Rome) commemorating the Serpenti collection and comi
Metro suspends future funding of electronics unit, directs focus on wholesale arm

Media Markt China, the electronic products chain owned by Germany's Media-Saturn Holdings and Foxconn Technology Group, may have to close unless a buyer is found for the money-losing business, according to retail experts.

Media-Saturn's parent company, Metro Group, said on Wednesday it was withdrawing any furt


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