Worm found in imported milk powder, no compensation until worm’s nationality checked

| October 30th, 2011

(From QQ news) Many Chinese parents have switched to imported milk powder after the 2008 Chinese milk scandal and other subsequent milk scandals. To guarantee babies’ health, parents don’t mind spending extra money on imported milk powder, many even travel to HK or ask friends in foreign countries to bring back milk powder.

However, not all imported milk powder are safe. Mr Wang recently bought a can of Frisolac milk powder imported from Netherland for his baby, […]Read more…

Milk powder questioned for causing precocious puberty

| August 7th, 2010

(Netease) Xiao Dan, 4 month, lives in Hankou. Xiao Xia, 9 month, lives in Hanyang. Xiao Fei, 15 month, lives in Wuchang. Living in three different towns in Wuhan, three baby girls have been drinking the same brand of milk powder; their bodies all appeared to be early maturing and began to develop breasts. Angry parents invariably pointed to the milk powder factory as the culprit. Reporters spent last week investigating, trying to uncover the truth.

Who are the victims? […]Read more…

Tainted milk powder from 2008 not completely destroyed and enters Chinese market again

| February 3rd, 2010

Guangzhou Daily on February 1, 2010 reports, January 30 afternoon, (Guangdong) vice governor Lei Yulan (雷于蓝) participated in a health group discussion of CPPCC members and mentioned some of the contaminated milk powder from 2008 was not completely destroyed, and recently have entered into the market. The authorities held an emergency meeting the day before yesterday, from today on, any dairy products in circulation and dairy production chains throughout the country are set to be under comprehensive inspections.

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