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China’s cherry sales suffer ‘devastating blow’ after reports of coronavirus contamination scare consumers

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Reports that some imported cherries tested positive for traces of the coronavirus last week swiftly sent shock waves across Chinese social media, scaring customers and hurting cherry sales during the peak season ahead of the Lunar New Year.New information circulating online – that cherries have since tested negative for coronavirus contamination – appears to have done little to placate customers and quell the cherry crisis in China.The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention in Liangxi…

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Reports that some imported cherries tested positive for traces of the coronavirus last week swiftly sent shock waves across Chinese social media, scaring customers and hurting cherry sales during the peak season ahead of the Lunar New Year.New information circulating online – that cherries have since tested negative for coronavirus contamination – appears to have done little to placate customers and quell the cherry crisis in China.The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention in Liangxi…

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