Greetings from the Agricultural Trade Office in Hong Kong! We are pleased to share the latest issue of “The Hong Kong Wonton” – bite size local news, Post reports and activity summaries wrapped by ATO Hong Kong.
In this issue: ATO Connects with Southern U.S. States; Hong Kong Eases Social-Distancing Restrictions; Consumption Vouchers Prompt Spending; Hong Kong Amends Regulation on Handling of COVID-19-Infected Animals; Hong Kong Zero-COVID Policies Create Plastic Waste; Hong Kong Disneyland Supports the Community; Macau to Launch Consumption Benefit Scheme; Macau’s Consumer Index Drops Slightly in the First Quarter; Renowned Restaurants Closed Operations in the city; Malls and Hotel Buffet Businesses Boosted as Regulations Relax; Microbiologist Warns about the “Cycle” of Shutting Down Premises Again; Bar Operators Advised to Change License to Restaurants; Post Hosts Virtual Easter “Egg Hunt;” Food Retailer Extends Low Price Program; Hong Kong’s Surveillance System Detects 2,000 Food Incidents in 2021; Skyrocketing U.S. Egg Prices Likely to Discourage Imports.
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