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A burger set is displayed at a McDonald's restaurant in Hong Kong.
A burger set is displayed at a McDonald's restaurant in Hong Kong.
(BOBBY YIP/REUTERS)

Where's the meat (and veggies)? Tainted food scandal slows down McDonald's in China

The Filet-O-Fish is no longer alone on McDonald’s menus in northern China. It has now been joined by a very short list of fellow meat offerings — the McChicken, the double cheeseburger, the five-pack of chicken McNuggets. But theirs remains a lonely job: feeding customers still willing to enter a restaurant struggling to get clean food on plates after a major food scandal.