Producer fined for selling adulterated rice
Taipei, July 13 (CNA) A Yunlin County rice producer was fined NT$4.03 million (US$129,800) on Monday for mixing Vietnamese rice into two products sold as "Taiwanese rice" to a Taoyuan manufacturer and for refusing to cooperate with investigators.
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