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It estimates as many as 7,000 workers could qualify immediately.
Local officials said "no," because customers can't decide not to breathe.
But it's the world's largest market — so our country's farmers are thinking it might be time to reconsider a controversial, widely used muscle drug.
Some pesky regulations are putting South Korea's kimchi industry in a bind.
Yet these same inventors seem to think the machines will be able to replace noodle shops — which does not sound okay because noodle shops are the best.
It gets worse: Some of the meat had packaging dates going back to the 1970s.
How a New York pizza legend's name wound up at the center of an international counterfeit-restaurant saga.
Posing for a glamour-shot face scan is mandatory.
The chain is taking a serious crack at Mexico, too.
An owner dosed his food with the same ingredient used to make opium.
The sauce is 125 times spicier than Tabasco.
The Viagra and booze bootlegger described his concoction as a "nutritional healthy liquor."
"We are so sorry that we only have these choices for you."
The country is already wary about food safety in the wake of tainted meat and melamine scandals.
It's not either company's first food scare in China recently.
As the air quality index worsens, pints get cheaper.
Fisherman are deliberately killing the biggest fish in the world.
"We are getting lots of signals that attitudes are changing and prices are dropping because people no longer want to eat shark fin soup," an activist says.
The New York senator says USDA documents signify a new era of Chinese chicken.