China to halt use of recycled food oil in restaurants

07/20/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

Chinese officials said the government plans to crack down on the black market sale and use of recycled food oil in the country's restaurants, The Associated Press reports. The oil, which can carry a host of carcinogens as well as a deadly mold, is reportedly collected nightly by people who filter out waste to feed pigs and sell the remaining oil to restaurants.

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