By Yang Su-min, Chen Chun-hua,
Liang Pei-chi and Chiang Yi-ching
The data is being published on a new government website, and comes as Taiwan opens its market to imports of American pork containing residue of the livestock drug ractopamine.
The controversial policy has been widely seen as an effort by the government to satisfy persistent U.S. demands that Taiwan open its market to meat containing traces of ractopamine before there can be negotiations on a bilateral trade deal.
Currently, the website is only available in Chinese. It is updated on regular workdays at 11 a.m. and shows data collected from the previous day. [FULL STORY]