“They have no sense of moral at all. A com­pany like this is very dis­ap­point­ing.”

Global Times – Metro Beijing - - WORD MATTERS -

So said a man sur­named Chen. Last Tues­day, Chen and his niece or­dered steamed dumplings from Por­ridge Ji­ahe, a chain restau­rant, through an on­line plat­form. As Chen was about to eat the dumplings, he found there were five cock­roaches on them. Chen told the China Con­sumer News Satur­day that he con­tacted the restau­rant but had re­ceived no apolo­gies at that time. Chen said that be­cause it is a brand name cater­ing com­pany with hun­dreds of chain restau­rants in Bei­jing, what they did will make the con­sumers sad and an­gry. In a re­ply the China Con­sumer News re­ceived from the restau­rant, the com­pany said that they had checked the video as well as other steamed dumplings in the restau­rant around the time they re­ceived Chen’s com­plaint but found no other in­stances. In ad­di­tion, when the related gov­ern­ment depart­ment went to check the restau­rant, they found no sign of cock­roaches. The restau­rant wants to clear its name and de­clined to give an apol­ogy, so Chen de­cided to sue. (Source: China Con­sumer News)

Il­lus­tra­tion: Peter C. Espina/GT

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