Editor's Note
China has been confronted with food security problems recently. Mandarin fish from Guangdong Province and turbot from Shandong were found to contain poisonous chemicals. And ducks and hens in Hebei Province were fed a red dye so that their red-yolk eggs would sell for a higher price.
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Toxic 'Yellow' Croakers Seized in Jiangsu
A total of 420 kilograms of toxic yellow croakers purposefully dyed a fresh yellow were seized on Monday, March 19, 2007, at a seafood market in Lianyungang, a port city in east China's Jiangsu Province.
Stores Provide Refunds After Cancer Egg Scare
Several Shanghai supermarkets are giving customers refunds on eggs that city health officials warn may contain a chemical linked to cancer.
KFC: Chinese Diners Safe
Following the US division of worldwide fried chicken empire KFC's promise to stop using artificial fats, the Chinese division on Wednesday assured diners its chicken is fried in unhydrogenated palm oil.


- Toxic 'Yellow' Croakers Seized in Jiangsu
- Stores Provide Refunds After Cancer Egg Scare
- KFC: Chinese Diners Safe
- Shandong Bans Sales of Contaminated Turbot
- Food Safety
- Chinese Urged to Improve Diet
- Aquaculture Under Inspection Following Fish Contamination
- Mushrooms: Home-cooking's Unknown Peril?

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