No I haven't do I even want to know? Lol something more to research to say the least\n\n\nThe only thing to research is chinese history. After their civil war, people in urban areas, regardless of wealth, found it impossible to maintain supply chains and many starved as a result. The solution was to have a wet market where fresh food was slaughtered in front of the paying customer, as opposed to the farm->slaughterhouse -> storage -> distribution -> retail model we know in the US. \n\nThe fact is wet markets are decreasing in popularity in favor of supermarkets. But the opportunity to have truly fresh meats and seafood is still seen as a luxury by many, it just is not sufficiently regulated to maintain health standards. \n\nBut it's ok, here in the US we believe regulations are bad for business and the inherent good will of capitalists will supersede any potential for danger.