In recent months, episodes such as the invasion of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s...
by Sophie Beach | May 1, 2013
Foreign Firms Face Scrutiny in Chinese Media by Wenxiong Zhang Since it opened its first restaurant in China in 1990, the American chain KFC has blanketed the country with thousands of outlets that offer Western-style fried...
by Melissa M. Chan | Jan 15, 2013
CDT previously reported on the tightening of food safety regulations in China. Despite these actions towards better food safety, concerns continue. China is now planning to offer up to a $48,000 reward for food safety informers,...
by cdtstaff | Apr 29, 2011
McDonald’s has announced it will seek to open 700 new stores in China by 2013, bringing its total number of restaurants in China to 2,000. From Market Watch: McDonald’s Corp. is planning its biggest expansion in...
by Jenny Leung | Sep 22, 2008
John Sexton from China.org.cn reports on how KFC became one of China’s biggest chains: Whether measured by number of restaurants, revenue, or market share, KFC is far and away the number one restaurant brand in China. Even...
by Morgan Figuers | May 5, 2008
Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), an American fast food chain, has adapted to the Chinese market by shifting its menu away from fried foods. Its executives claim that this strategy has been very successful, and they will continue to...
by Morgan Figuers | Mar 27, 2008
Yum! Brands, the embattled international fast food corporation that has been under investigation in China for selling tainted food, released an optimistic food safety policy. From Xinhua: Yum! Brands Inc China, which operates...
by Xiao Qiang | Mar 29, 2007
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by Morgan Figuers | Mar 10, 2007
Kentucky Fried Chicken, the US fast food giant has again sparked food safety concerns around China, with its outlets being accused of repeatedly using same frying
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