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Q: Do you still buy nongfu water ?

7 years 48 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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Wow, thanks for posting the link and making me aware of this. I always thought Nongfu was the one reliable water brand and even always went out of my way to get that brand in particular. Another example that throws China's health and safety standards into question....how disheartening.

I recently also read about the fake water scandal that was discovered in Beijing. Apparantly a couple of locals were filling tap water into empty water containers and selling them off as the real thing. Attached is an article about high bacteria count recently found in Beijing water.

I think there needs to be stricter punishments for such crimes, especially the ones on a more local scale, otherwise these things will continue to happen.

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the problem is people who run these companies and the regualatory agencies are the same // the party

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