Saturday, April 04, 2020
"Wet" markets are what China calls its fresh food markets, the kind you see all over the developing world and in many parts of Europe, where small stalls sell fresh vegetables and butchers sell meat, primarily pork. So-called for their open-air origins, where the ground was hosed down throughout the day, they are the traditional backbone to China's food supply system.
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