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Fast-Food Plant in China Suspends Its Operations

Jul 29, 2014 - The New York Times

SHANGHAI -- After a food scandal in China involving using meat past its use-by date to make fast-food products, the American company that owns the plant where the actions were documented said on Monday that it was suspending the factory's operations.

The company, OSI Group, based in Aurora, Ill., said it was halting operations at the plant, Shanghai Husi Food, and would review all its China plants in a bid to limit further damage after losing two major customers. OSI said a China unit had

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