Friday, August 31, 2007

Fake Wine a Problem in China

Apparently Chinese consumers aren't also spared with the rash of unsafe products coming from their country. McClatchy has this story about the proliferation of bootleg, watered down and falsely labeled wines.

The report even cited an example of watered grape juice being sold as wine. Now that's something nobody can just swirl and spit.

1 comment:

alvinwriter said...

Here's something which might interest you. It's about the Toys 'R' Us recall of crayon sets made in China. I remember the time when we used to complain about products made in Taiwan. But Taiwan manufacturers have shaped up since then. Now its mainland China? Is this some kind of competition?