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Diners can weigh restaurant orders

More than 100 restaurants in the city are to kitted out with electronic scales before the end of November, allowing diners to weigh seafood and other ingredients going into their meals so they can be sure they’re getting value for money, authorities said yesterday.

The Shanghai Hongziji Restaurant in Putuo District was the first in the city to install a set of scales, placing them near its seafood area. Consumers can check the weight and total price of seafood they order if they have doubts over the weight. The scales are similar to those used at wet markets in the city. The 100-plus outlets of 25 big chains like Waipojia and Yeli Xiali are among the first users.



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