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The suit was filed against New Rich City Trading Corporation, as well as president and owner, Ms. Xiaoping Sun, and manager, Mr. Si Yan Chuen.
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“They’re trying to make sense for the public, to make it simple for them,” Dr. Antony Benedetto said.
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The Food and Drug Administration announced that it is considering whether to go with a plan to change how meat is labeled.