When Chinese didn’t value eggs, a foreigner saw opportunity and launched a roaring trade from Shanghai in tinned eggs to the UK

Industrial production of chickens evolved globally over the past 70 years, with chicken only becoming a staple in much of Asia in recent decades. Armies fight to victory on their stomachs, as has often been observed, and a key reason suggested by various scholars for limited Allied ground force commitments in China during the Pacific war was the logistical difficulty of feeding them an appropriate diet in the absence of industrial production of meat, eggs and dairy products.Despite limited…


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