Shanghai bakeries! Don't mess! The Shanghai Daily is reporting
that ubiquitous Taiwanese bakery chain 85°C is being slapped with a RMB 150,000 fine for "false promotion" of two of their pork floss products by the Shanghai Industry and Commerce Administration. Forty-three Shanghai outlets of the Taiwan-based bakery chain were found using dried meat floss powder to make “smoked chicken dried meat floss bread” and “spicy dried meat floss bread” since October 2015, advertising them as "authentic" pork floss products. The use of pork floss powder as a cost-cutting measure -- as opposed to straight-up, original recipe pork floss -- evidently, is the problem, and not the totally gross, unbearable wackness of pork floss in general, as one would assume.