China hits back at reports of widespread food shortages

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The Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs has insisted that vegetable and grain supplies are at normal levels amid reports of panic buying after people were told to ensure they had adequate food stocks at home.

Speaking on Thursday, Tang Ke, director general of the Department of Market and Informatization under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, told reporters that the public should not fear food shortages.

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