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China’s supermarkets are topping up their meat counters with frozen pork from state reserves, after prices of the nation’s favorite protein source surged to budget-busting levels, threatening to mar this week’s National Day festivities.

Pork, which has a prominent place at nearly every Chinese dinner table, is in short supply after a deadly virus infected and killed millions of hogs across China over the past year.

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