For illustrative use. Hamburgers, fries, and soda are not banned.
China has issued a new draft list of livestock that can be farmed for meat in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
Beijing temporarily banned all trade in wild animals for food following the outbreak, which has now spread globally to infect more than 1.6 million people, but the new law has yet to be finalized.
China's Ministry of Agriculture issued a draft list of animals considered fit to be used as livestock on Wednesday night, including dietary staples such as pigs, cows, chickens and sheep, as well as "special livestock" such as a number of species of deer, alpaca and ostriches.
Two species of fox, raccoons and minks can be kept as livestock but not for their meat.
Dogs are also absent from the list of livestock, which, if formally enforced, would lead to China's first countrywide ban on their consumption in a victory for animal rights activists.
"They are generally no longer regarded as livestock in the rest of the world. It is not advisable to list them under livestock or poultry in China."
The draft has still yet to be finalized and the public has until May 8 to provide feedback.