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Coronavirus: China’s food industry grapples with fresh disruption on fears of new Beijing outbreak

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]After months of devastating lockdowns, Shenzhen-based restaurant chain Oyoyster had high hopes of a rush of sales for Father’s Day on Sunday.But instead, what they got was turnover that failed to reach even the level of an ordinary weekend.Sales at the business, which specialises in imported seafood, have been cut in half over the past week following a new outbreak of Covid-19 at a sprawling wholesale food market in Beijing.The cluster of infections prompted authorities in the capital to lock…

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After months of devastating lockdowns, Shenzhen-based restaurant chain Oyoyster had high hopes of a rush of sales for Father’s Day on Sunday.But instead, what they got was turnover that failed to reach even the level of an ordinary weekend.Sales at the business, which specialises in imported seafood, have been cut in half over the past week following a new outbreak of Covid-19 at a sprawling wholesale food market in Beijing.The cluster of infections prompted authorities in the capital to lock…

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