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OLYMPICS-BEIJING/FOOD
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January 09, 2008 
A vendor eats noodles while waiting for customers at a market in Beijing January 8, 2008. Pampered pigs... 
Beijing, China 
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A vendor eats noodles while waiting for customers at a market in Beijing January 8, 2008. Pampered pigs or processed pork? Farm-fresh or greenhouse grown? With China's food supplies under scrutiny following a series of health and safety scares, preparations to accommodate athletes and visitors descending on Beijing for the Olympic Games this August have gone beyond venues and transport to include a debate about what they will put in their mouths. Hogs in China are typically raised on small farms and then aggregated, making random tests in any one consignment meaningless and making it almost impossible to trace origins. Photo taken January 8, 2008. To match feature OLYMPICS-BEIJING/FOOD REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
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