“This is a fraud,” he told me.
“This [report] is not an accurate portrayal of the truth.
This is not a scientific study.
This study is a political attack on a politician.”
The report’s authors were a team of scientists from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine and the Department of Food Science and Nutrition.
They came up with the results of their study while they were in China.
They also interviewed a representative sample of Chinese and U.S. consumers.
The study was released last week, and the American Academy of Family Physicians released a statement criticizing the study’s conclusions.
“The results of this study are not scientific.
They do not account for the many important factors that may influence our eating habits, including dietary fat intake, sugar consumption, and availability of fruits and vegetables,” the statement said.
“In addition, the study authors failed to account for important social and cultural factors that affect consumption patterns.”
The study authors did not claim that their findings prove that China’s dairy and wheat industries are not sustainable.
“While it is possible that China may have some problems, we have not found any evidence to indicate that China has become a food exporter,” the report authors said.
But the report’s researchers argued that China is the world’s largest exporter of dairy and that it should be doing more to help farmers in China to keep up with market demand.
“Our report does not suggest that China should eliminate its dairy production,” the authors wrote.
“Rather, it indicates that it is important to improve the availability of fresh, locally grown dairy products.”
But the American Dairy Association has long pushed for greater dairy and grains subsidies.
The group’s vice president for government relations, Dan Riehl, told Business Insider in March that “China’s large dairy production is essential to support its economy, which has been struggling to diversify its food sources in recent years.”
The U.K. government recently announced a $10 billion package to help boost milk production in China, and China’s central bank is currently exploring the possibility of selling shares in milk companies in order to fund the plan.
The study’s authors acknowledged that there is some uncertainty about the study because the Chinese government did not provide the full study to them, and they did not have access to all the data.
But they said they are confident that they “have not identified any significant flaws in the study.”
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization released a report in July that said China’s production of milk was “unacceptably high,” and it called for a “clarification” on the country’s food-supply policies to protect the interests of farmers.
China’s government is expected to announce its first national dairy strategy in November, according to the Xinhua News Agency.