IMAGE: 10 million kilograms of fish and crabs die in a polluted lake in Anhui. Over 900 fishing families were affected. (ECNS)
Every week we’ll round up our favorite reads around the web on China’s food-related topics and more.
CHINA FOOD NEWS
SCMP editorial urges China to prioritize clean food, water, and air—the article doesn’t take a novel stance, but it’s worth repeating. (South China Morning Post)
Mobile is king in China, especially when it comes to food: McDonalds and KFC test mobile ordering. (Wall Street Journal)
Will China be the world’s first country to approve genetically engineered animals for human consumption? (Nature)
Speaking of eating genetically engineered animals, here’s a look at some GM animals that may soon find their way into our food chain. (New York Times)
Savor your chocolate sweets while you can. A new report says the world is running out of cocoa farmers. (NPR The Salt)