In June 2020, there was an outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 at a Beijing market. The virus was found on the chopping bords of imported frozen Norwegian salmon, which caused a hasty removal of imported salmon from supermarket shelves. Also, earlier in January, the Chinese authorities reported that coronovirus was found in ice cream made with ingredients from New Zealand (milk powder) and Ukraine (whey powder).
This article discusses whether it is likely or not that the virus can be transmitted along the food chain, especially the cold chain, as now several peer reviewed articles by Chinese researchers claim.
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