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China Slowly Going Green on the Dinner Table

| Tuesday July 12th, 2005 | 0 Comments

china.jpgCity Weekend (Beijing) reports that there is a slowly growing movement to grow and sell organic and otherwise healthier produce in the Chinese Capital (article here). In fact the ministry of health has laid down what looks like a fairly comprehensive set of guidelines for farmers and labling requirements for food on the shelves.

Outside observers may be sceptical about the role of organic farming in a country where the number one priority has to be to ensure that everyone has enough to eat. But with the touted obvious incentive of “huge profits to be made,” according to a recent China Food Industry news bulletin, increasing numbers of small-time farmers will be trying to make it big.

(thx Charles)


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