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Tackling Globalized Food Unsafety » A married couple from Shenzhen puts cans of milkpowder they bought for their baby into a backpack at a drug store at Hong Kong’s northern rural Sheung Shui district, neighbouring Shenzhen on January 31, 2011. China food safety concerns and a strong currency are prompting a flood of Chinese parents to sweep supplies of milk powder from Hong Kong shop shelves, triggering citywide shortages and angering parents.

A married couple from Shenzhen puts cans of milkpowder they bought for their baby into a backpack at a drug store at Hong Kong's northern rural Sheung Shui district, neighbouring Shenzhen on January 31, 2011. China food safety concerns and a strong currency are prompting a flood of Chinese parents to sweep supplies of milk powder from Hong Kong shop shelves, triggering citywide shortages and angering parents.
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