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[Photos] The Striking Differences Between Chinese And Đà Lạt Produce

Fears over the safety of Chinese produce have been increasing over the past few years with stories like the “immortal apple” becoming common in the Vietnamese press.


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Due to poor regulation and oversight, Chinese produce is often falsely labeled as having originated in Đà Lạt. To help consumers understand the difference between low-quality imported products and those grown in Vietnam’s central highlands, a local vegetable cooperative has been displaying its produce next to the Chinese variety, reports Tuoi Tre.

While by no means a scientific comparison (we’re sure that similar differences exist with poor-quality Vietnamese produce) the photos are pretty remarkable.

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