OMG! 35,000 Fake Restaurants Found on China Food Delivery Apps!
China has long been plagued cases by
Recycled cooking oil
Tainted fast food,
And as a result, has been taking food safety very seriously. It even uses blockchain technology to prevent food fraud.
The offending restaurants were not identified, but delivery apps such as Meituan Dianping, has vowed to strengthen its inspection system as well as set up food safety insurance for users.
Together with Alibaba platform Ele.me, both food delivery services together make up for 98 percent of food delivery services in China, with the size of the market exceeding $46.5 billion last year.
It’s time to test your eyesight!
Can you distinguish a difference
between the two patterns
in each picture below?
Some surveys have found that
some “fake” foods are
selling well in some places.
What would you do
in such a situation?
Is it to eat humble pie?
Or stand up to “fight fake”?