BEIJING, June 28 (Reuters) - China defended its food safety standards on Thursday, guaranteeing the quality of its exports and shrugging off concerns of tit-for-tat trade disputes with the United States after seizing two shipments of U.S. fruit. China has cracked down on domestic food producers after a series of food scandals at home and reports that mislabelled chemical exports were mixed into cough syrup in Panama and pet food in the United States, with deadly results. Ministry of ...
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