'People fear what they don't know': the battle over 'wet' markets, a vital part of culinary culture | Food | The Guardian

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Amid the coronavirus, calls have grown to ban the diverse US markets that stock and slaughter live animals. But is that wise? 

by Kimon de Greef


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Bills currently before the New York assembly and senate have requested an immediate moratorium on all live animal markets in the city. If passed, they would see the markets closed until a proposed new taskforce investigates concerns about public health and animal welfare in the sector.


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