A Dairy Queen ice cream store.
US-based ice cream chain Dairy Queen (DQ) admitted the raw mix they use to make ice cream is produced and provided by Beijing-based Baxi, a Chinese company established in 1994. The company specializes in making milk products, Shanghai Evening Post reported.
Reporters also discovered the so-called fresh jam and imported jam the ice cream maker uses may also come from a domestic provider in Tianjin.
An anonymous person with the marketing department of DQ China confirmed Baxi was their supplier, but declined to admit they claimed all materials are imported, the report said.