Top food company challenges local government check on zongzi
Taipei, June 17 (CNA) I-Mei Food Co. (義美), one of Taiwan's biggest and most reputable food companies, on Wednesday demanded local health authorities to re-examine the wrap of its zongzi after it had been found to contain more sulfur dioxide (SO2) than allowed.
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