Melamine Discovered in New Milk Products

People’s Daily reports that -tainted products have been found on the shelves in :

Three companies have been found selling milk products tainted with melamine, the industrial chemical responsible for the deaths of six children and injuring 300,000 in 2008.

Three batches of milk products have been ordered off shelves by the health department in Guizhou province because they contain melamine, local media reported.

These products are: A batch of products produced by the Shandong Zibo Lusaier Dairy Company Ltd on April 25, 2009; a batch of popsicles produced by the Liaoning Tieling Wuzhou Food Company Ltd on April 9, 2009; and a batch of popsicles produced by the Laoting Kaida Refrigeration Plant at Tangshan, Hebei province on March 19, 2009.

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