Costly mutton dressed up as pork crisis, Chinese regulators tell restaurants

//Costly mutton dressed up as pork crisis, Chinese regulators tell restaurants

Costly mutton dressed up as pork crisis, Chinese regulators tell restaurants

Two local governments in southern China have told restaurants to stop inflating the price of mutton after they blamed a recent hike on the pork shortage caused by African swine fever, local media reported.Authorities in Guizhou found that a bowl of mutton noodles, a dish popular in the province, typically cost 10 yuan (US$1.40) at local breakfast restaurants, up 2 yuan since August,the Guiyang Evening News reported.After regulators investigated, market supervision bureaus in Xishui and Suiyang…

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