Fake eggs: from counter-qualification to popular certification in China’s food safety crisis

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Food safety dominates public discourse about health, life, and the body in China today. But incidents of ‘fake food’—including fake eggs and milk powder—raise new questions about how bodily threats are detected and evaluated, and have undermined trust not only in food, but also in official food regulations and tests.

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