At a warehouse in East Los Angeles, FDA inspectors Arnold Shih and Dennis Hong watched as workers emptied out 50 boxes of preserved bean curd from China into a grinding machine. The monstrously loud mechanism worked its way through 1,800 bottles, resulting in a stream of chunky yellow ooze that seeped out of the back end into a grimy container to await disposal. The improperly heat-sealed bottles of curds could have invited the growth of harmful bacteria, so the FDA ordered it destroyed.

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