The Food Safety Centre of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department of Hong Kong announced on February 23 that it would immediately suspend the import of oysters from the 56.09.3 waters of the French province of Morbihan and sell them in Hong Kong.
On February 20, several representatives from the Chilean fruit industry came together at Guangzhou Jiangnan Wholesale Market to participate in a Stone Fruits from Chile workshop involving 50–60 importers, wholesalers, distributors, and buyers.
The world's first genetically edited baby was born in China, sparking a series of discussions about cloning and gene editing techniques. Nowadays, in China's market, pet clones that also use biotechnology are quietly emerging.
The reporter learned from Wuhan Customs yesterday that the General Administration of Customs recently issued the "Regulations on Further Regulating the Import and Export Supervision of Pets."
It is more convenient for cats and dogs to enter the country in May this year.