An anti-doping organization alerted Winter Olympic athletes not to eat Chinese meat products containing banned drugs

Translated by: MOS Gospel Term – linli

On January 10, France-Presse reported the German Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) strongly urged the Beijing Winter Olympics participating athletes not to consume Chinese meat products, which contain the prohibited drug “clenbuterol,” a kind of steroid for livestock increasing lean meat portion before slaughter. In March 2021, the CCP official media revealed that Hebei farmers had used the banned “clenbuterol” for more than ten years.

Qing County of Cangzhou City in Hebei Province, a significant mutton producing area raising nearly 700,000 sheep yearly, was discovered that many breeders had fed the animals with ractopamine, salbutamol, clenbuterol, and other prohibited drugs for more than ten years.

The anti-doping organization VADA has long provoked Chinese Clenbuterol contaminated meat products that the CCP government kept a blind eye on. Unfortunately, on March 15, 2021, the “3.15” International Consumer Rights Day, CCP Central Television revealed that Qing County of Cangzhou City in Hebei Province, a significant mutton producing area raising nearly 700,000 sheep yearly, was discovered that many breeders had fed the animals with ractopamine, salbutamol, clenbuterol, and other prohibited drugs for more than ten years.

China banned clenbuterol as a veterinary drug and feed additive in 2002. The Qing County local authority also claimed to investigate illegal clenbuterol strictly. Many feedlot gates are painted with “Clenbuterol Prohibit” notice. However, sheep breeders colluded with officials, received inspection dates timely, and hid the evidence in advance.

The report quoted a local businessman saying that he always received phone calls informing him of coming inspections. “If the Qing county authority came for inspection, the village CCP secretary would notify me. If the Cangzhou city conducted an inspection, someone would notify the Qing county first, before someone later notified breeders like me.”

Proofread/Edited/Posted by: Wenfei

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