This is an important MUST-READ story reported by Reuters. Check it out!
The squeamish Western reader might focus their distaste on eating donkey and fox meat. BUT there is a much larger issue concerning Walmart and their global competitors, and that is related to quality assurance. Retailers like Wal-Mart have enormous power over their suppliers, so effective quality assurance rests with the retailer – after all that’s part of the brand image.
The article also looks at the global supermarket chains competing for a share of the lucrative China market.
For me this raises an important open question:
How should the power of giant retailers, like Walmart, Carrafour or Tesco, be effectively controlled to support the best interests of the global consumer?