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The Wall Street Journal
July 22, 2014 AT 12:00 PM
Problems with a U.S.-owned meat supplier in China that allegedly sold expired products have prompted multinational chains from 7- Eleven to Starbucks to McDonald’s to sever ties with it. The WSJ’s Miguel Gonzalez talks with Ben Cavender from China Market Research Group about how these incidents cause food companies to change their strategies.