Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Chinese Police Find 10 Tons of ‘Toxic’ Tofu, Say More on Market

tofu” by Yamanaka Tamaki is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND2.0
The International Business Times reports a gang in China was busted for violating food safety after police found 10 tons of tofu made with banned food substances, like bleach.

The police believe that 100 tons of the contaminated tofu produced at the gang’s factory in eastern China could still be on the market, according to IBTimes.
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The gang reportedly used banned products for food production in the tofu to make it “shinier and chewier.”

IBTimes reports that Chinese authorities believe the scheme was set up by three cousins, and they arrested at least four men in connection with the case.

Read the full story:
International Business Times – China: Police Seize 10 Tonnes of 'Toxic' Tofu Made With Bleaching Agent Rongalite

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