‘It’s not fair’: A child in Beijing could have a diet rich in junk food and high sugar, a Chinese expert warns

oikoS triple zero (three plus zero) nutrition information is displayed on the menu for a tea party.

The information comes with a disclaimer that the product has been tested and approved by Oikos, a French company that sells food-grade vitamins and minerals.

For instance, the vitamin and mineral information is meant to be “for adults, and not for children,” but for children, the label says.

Oikos does not specify which children the company is testing.

It says its products are designed to help “all ages” and not just children.

It’s “not fair to put all the blame on children, when the main reason children eat junk food is because they’re not eating enough nutrition,” said Yuanyu Yan, an assistant professor of food sciences at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Yuanyu, who has been studying nutrition for more than 20 years, said that when it comes to food and nutrition, the Chinese public is a “lackadaisical consumer.”

The Chinese public eats a lot of food and drinks more than other countries, he said, so it’s easy for them to think, “Well, this is the way things should be.”

Yuanyun said Oikotans products can help prevent kids from being overweight.OIKOS products have also been widely promoted by Chinese food media outlets, such as the Chinese version of CNN, which has been running ads with Oikosi products.

Oikeos and its sister company, Panda Express, do not publicly disclose the amount of nutrition that its products contain.

The Panda Express brand is popular among the country’s elite, but its popularity has waned in recent years, Yuanyun added.

Yuanya Wu, a nutrition researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, said Oikeos products are “not really designed for children.”

“It is still a very good product for adults, but for a child it might be a bit too high,” Wu said.

Wu said that in her research she has seen Oikeo products labelled “adult-friendly,” but that many people still eat unhealthy diets, such in terms of sugar and salt.

Yuanya said that for children to be able to make healthy choices is a challenge because they can’t be expected to know what nutrition is.

“I think this is a very sensitive issue,” she said.

“The children have to feel responsible for making sure they have the right nutrition, but the adults have to be responsible for paying attention.”

Oiko is not the only Chinese company that is selling products to children.

The company is also a member of China’s new food safety regulator, the National Food and Drug Administration.

The regulator, which is currently reviewing China’s food safety laws, is expected to make changes to what are called food labeling requirements in the coming weeks.

The changes could result in more transparency about ingredients and nutritional information in China’s markets.

Oichang Liu, a researcher at Shanghai Agricultural University who is also working on nutrition issues for China’s government, said the Chinese government is likely to make some changes to the current food labeling laws.

In China, the government has been pushing to make China’s nutrition laws more transparent, and Liu said the government is looking to use a similar approach to China’s education system.

In addition to the government, OikeOS and Panda Express are part of a global alliance of Chinese food companies.

OikOS is also the parent company of a Chinese cosmetics brand called Oikoshin.

In December, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, or FAO, warned that the growing popularity of Chinese brands like OikoS and PandaExpress could “have severe negative consequences” for the health of millions of children.

The organization said the food and beverage industry could face legal liabilities and be able “to impose significant costs on the developing world,” such as in food and nutritional education.