UK/CHINA: Greenpeace accuses Tesco of illegal pesticide levels in China stores

By Sam Webb | 13 September 2011

Greenpeace has claimed food products sold at Tesco's stores in China contain illegal levels of pesticides.

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Greenpeace has claimed food products sold at Tesco's stores in China contain illegal levels of pesticides.

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