Food safety loophole found in Hong Kong ocean shipments

Food safety loophole found in Hong Kong ocean shipments

In January, 10 boxes of Japanese carrots were imported into Hong Kong from Chiba prefecture in Japan through the Kwai Tsing container terminal and found their way to market in the city, part of 15,000 tons of annual fruit and vegetable imports from Japan.

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