Last month, we posted a slideshow of fake (or almost fake) products found in China. Well, while traveling in Shandong last week, we found another item to add to the already-amazingly-long list. It’s WOERMA orange juice. What’s WOERMA, you ask? Well, it’s the pinyin name for Wal-Mart. They even use the exact same characters (沃尔玛) as Wal-Mart in China.
Will this lead to another Xingbake–esque lawsuit?
Perhaps more upsetting than the brazen IP violation is what passes for “orange juice” in this country, although we suppose people who love Tang find China to be a little bottle of heaven.