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Possible Purdue Connection in Chinese Cooking Oil Contamination

China is investigating allegations that fuel tankers used to ship cooking oil did not follow proper cleaning protocols, resulting in possible contamination, reflecting the dangers to public health that has accompanied the globalization of food production. Of note, one of the shareholders in a business named in the report appears to be a Professor at Purdue University, which houses America’s preeminent Agricultural Departments.

Purdue College of Agriculture has consistently ranked among the top agricultural programs in the United States, providing instruction in agricultural economics, agronomy, animal sciences, food science, and agricultural engineering. Its influence is enhanced through collaborations with the industry and China-connections.

Purdue has established relationships with China.

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