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sohag hasan
Jul 17, 2022
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Today, the Consumer Council announced that "lobster balls have no lobster", "ink balls are actually squid balls", and Wagyu beef balls contain chicken and pork ingredients, causing heated discussions among the community. The "News Needle" team reminiscent of cable news reported on the meatball test as early as 2013, and "beef balls have no beef" is still talked about today. Guan Zining, the reporter responsible for this report, disclosed in the book "Exclusive News Decoding 2" that the inspiration came from a European report that year, saying that the frozen meatballs sold by IKEA in Sweden were found to contain horse meat ingredients, so the idea of ​​testing local meatballs arose. She and her colleagues turned to experts from the university for rapid identification techniques. Because the price of beef is high, but the price of beef balls is cheap, so it is included in the test range. So I went to frozen meat shops and markets to buy test samples. The first test found that some beef balls contained zero beef, which shocked colleagues and Shadow Making became the main line of threport.271860863_4839375862817467_5675894211780 Image source: Author provided / Cable News "News Needle" In order to improve the viewing effect of the report, the reporter locked the well-known beef ball noodle shop, and then purchased the beef balls to test, how can the beef balls of the famous beef ball shop do not contain beef. Feng Dexiong, the then director of the cable news department, recalled to the author that when the reporter called him to tell him the news, the news veteran who had been in the news for 30 years was also surprised: "Scared? It is predicted that the beef balls may be mixed with pork and chicken, but the beef content is almost zero. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels
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