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China’s ‘pork ribs and rice’ chains under pressure from rising costs after Germany ban

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The cost of China’s much-loved pork rib dishes is soaring after Beijing suspended imports of pig meat from major supplier Germany, hurting restaurants still recovering from the coronavirus hit earlier this year.Pork ribs are one of China’s bestselling menu items, but many restaurants specialising in the cut rely on imports, which can be up to 10 times cheaper than local supplies.Germany was among the biggest suppliers of ribs to China until it confirmed its first case of African swine fever, an…

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The cost of China’s much-loved pork rib dishes is soaring after Beijing suspended imports of pig meat from major supplier Germany, hurting restaurants still recovering from the coronavirus hit earlier this year.Pork ribs are one of China’s bestselling menu items, but many restaurants specialising in the cut rely on imports, which can be up to 10 times cheaper than local supplies.Germany was among the biggest suppliers of ribs to China until it confirmed its first case of African swine fever, an…
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