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Everything You Should Know About Chinese Wet Market

Chinese Wet Market

Chinese Wet Market

Chinese Wet Market

The Chinese council is taking severe measures to safeguard wet demands for the tens of millions who shop at them.

In January, China’s wet demands evolved the world’s whipping boy when the now-infamous Huanan Seafood Market, in Wuhan’s central city, was declared the epicenter of the Covid-19 outbreak, which has since occurred in hundreds of thousands of deaths nationally.

 While examination in the Lancet medical journal suggests that some of the first people infected with the virus had no connection with the market, foreseen wisdom from most of the world’s top infectious-disease experts dictates that the sprawling fresh-produce hub – which sold rare and foreign live animals alongside its primary aquatic offerings – at least promoted its rapid spread.

What are China’s wet markets?

In general, China’s wet demands are akin to farmers’ markets in the West. They are typically extensive collections of stalls buying fresh fruits and vegetables, along with seafood, meat, and poultry. They have traditionally been the cornerstone of China’s food diffusion system and a daily source of both tangible and intangible advantages for the tens of millions who shop at them.

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The attraction of wet markets isn’t so different from that of growers’ needs in Western countries. 

In January, China’s wet demands evolved the world’s whipping boy when the now-infamous Huanan Seafood Market, in Wuhan’s central city, was declared the epicenter of the Covid-19 outbreak, which has since occurred in hundreds of thousands of deaths nationally.

The attraction of wet markets isn’t so different from that of growers’ needs in Western countries. 

Consumers know the food is fresh because there’s commonly little refrigeration, so everything must be sold on the day. If they think one market looks unsanitary, they can select to shop at another.

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