A shipment of 47 tons of frozen sardines was rejected

By: trademagazin Date: 2007. 10. 03. 00:00

The sardines, imported from a Japanese trading company originally from the United States were infected with disease-inducing bacteria.

The report said sample inspections showed the sardines were
infected with listeria monocytogens, a bacteria that can lead to vomiting,
fever and blood poisoning.
It is the latest report of China rejecting goods in what
appears to be reverse damage control after a series of high-profile toy and
food recalls in the West. 

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