China has been the epicenter of the food security crisis and a growing number of Americans are seeing an increase in food-borne illness.
A new study published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases reveals that people in China are eating more than twice as much organic food as Americans, and that the Chinese government is encouraging more people to eat it.
The Chinese government, which controls more than half of the world’s total organic market, has been using its influence to convince Americans to eat organic dog food and other dog food in the name of public health.
“Chinese people have always been known for their high standards of eating,” said Michael Bockelman, the lead author of the study, which was based on data from the World Health Organization and the Chinese Academy of Veterinary Sciences.
“This is a sign that we’re moving in the right direction.”
But the increase in organic food consumption is not a direct result of Chinese government policy.
China’s government is a food-safety-friendly nation.
Its food safety program includes strict oversight and strict control of what people can eat, said Bockelsman, a research scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.
China also has strict environmental standards, and many food-service workers in China, who are not permitted to eat animals in their jobs, have never been exposed to the toxic chemicals that are used to produce organic dog foods.
Kowaleski also said that many consumers are unaware of the health risks of eating organic food in China. “
And that this isn’t just a China thing.”
Kowaleski also said that many consumers are unaware of the health risks of eating organic food in China.
“We think this is a trend that will continue, because the Chinese are a very, very, highly organized country,” he said.
China is also home to some of the highest numbers of Americans eating organic dog and cat food.
The report found that China consumes about 50 percent more organic dog than the United States.
It’s a sign of the country’s growing interest in organic dog products, which can be made at home or imported, said David Haddad, the senior research scientist with the USDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
“China is really pushing us to get more organic,” he told TIME.
China has the second-highest organic dog market in the world after the United Kingdom, and it has been making strides in organic production, said Kowaloski.
Chinese authorities have also been encouraging the public to eat dog meat and other food items, but they have also tried to reduce the consumption of meat and dairy products.
“In the Chinese diet, there’s not a lot of dairy and meat,” Kowalksi said.
“You can have some organic beef, but you can’t have organic lamb.”
Chinese officials have also started to sell organic dog meat in supermarkets and restaurants, but it is not widely available.
“The market is saturated, and the government hasn’t been really encouraging more organic dogs,” said Kowealski.
“There are some brands that are doing better than others, and some that are actually going down.”
Chinese authorities are also increasing the use of imported organic products, including dog meat, chicken, and egg products.
The China Food and Drug Administration recently approved a new organic dog formula called PUPE (Protein and Energy for Dogs), which has been used in the U.S. since 2009.
But it has not been widely adopted by consumers in the United State, where the popularity of organic dog has not risen as rapidly as China has.
“Even with the increased marketing, it’s not getting the attention that it should,” said Haddads.
The American Veterinary Medical Association, which represents veterinarians, said the Chinese dog food industry is growing in popularity, and its products are also becoming popular with consumers.
But there is also a growing demand for organic cat food, which is typically produced by American companies that are not part of the Chinese food industry.
The new report from the U of C’s Center of Food Safety also found that there are significant differences between the nutritional content of organic and conventional dog food.
For example, organic dog treats are often made with a lower fat content, while conventional dog treats have a higher fat content.
But many people are not aware that dog food with a higher content of fat may have a lower nutritional value than other dog foods, said Haddle.
“I think a lot more people are recognizing the difference in quality between organic and traditional dog food,” he added.
The USDA is working to improve its organic certification program, which requires certification for food products that meet strict nutritional standards, but this study found that Chinese consumers are eating much more organic than Americans.
“Many people are eating very, lot more organic food than people are