China: food poison photos

Mousen in bullog blogs a series of photos on poisonous food in China, which include:
First set: salt, white fungus, cruller, assorted vegetable, pig's fat;
Second set: ancient eggs, eggs, pork, dry pork, duck blood pundding;
Third set: barbeque, vegetable, chips, fish, fruit, bottle water, sausages;
Fouth set: bread, rice, noodle, assorted fruit, wheat, black fungus, milk powder;
Fifth set: hot pot, ham, soya sauce, wine, chilli sauce, cold green bean pudding, assorted meat,
Sixth set: instant noodle, honey, dog meat, bean curd skin, seeds, canned food, plastic lunch box;
Seventh set: white sugar, pop corn, tea, fermented bean curd, vinegar, recycled cooking oil, bean curd and green bean spouts.

3 comments

  • w1re

    could you please go into detail about why these products are poisonous? i know that there has been some scandal about toxic egg yolks, but what about sugar, salt, honey, etc…

    i’d be happy if you could provide a rough translation of the text on the photos.

    thanks

  • oiwan

    well there is a lot of chemical terms in the description but in general, most of the pollution are: 1. whitening chemicals for white fungus, salt, sugar, rotten rice, etc. 2. preservatives for assorted veg and meat, canned food, etc; 3. pesticide for veg. 3. dye for chili, etc. 4. too much antibiotics or medicine for fish, pig, and other stock, etc. most of the chemicals are cancer causing.

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