The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 25, 2013
After accusing Danone of bribing Chinese doctors to provide their Dumex brand baby formula last...
by Josh Rudolph | Jun 13, 2013
As China’s growing demand for dairy products is expected to keep rising, and as its domestic industry is currently unable to satisfy demand and riddled with safety scandals, California dairy farmers are suffering due to...
by Scott Greene | Mar 4, 2013
Hong Kong customs officials arrested 45 people late last week on charges of smuggling baby milk formula into mainland China, after a new emergency law took effect on March 1st which limits passengers to no more than two cans...
by Mengyu Dong | Jul 24, 2012
China’s scandal-ridden dairy industry is again the focus of public scrutiny. This time, aflatoxin, a cancer-causing element, was found in samples of Nanshan Bywise infant formula. From Reuters: Five batches of Nanshan Bywise...
by samuel wade | Dec 3, 2011
A ten-year-old boy in north-eastern China died on Tuesday of apparent pesticide poisoning from a tainted bottle of strawberry yoghurt drink, bringing renewed attention to the country’s persistent problems with dairy...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 9, 2009
The Ministry of Public Security has announced that they made 60 arrests over the contaminated milk scandal in 2008. From AP: The ministry’s website said Friday 21 of those suspects have been prosecuted in Hebei province,...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 23, 2008
Authorities in China have arrested six more people for adding melamine to milk. AP reports: The official Xinhua News Agency said all six suspects arrested Thursday worked in Inner Mongolia, a region of sprawling grasslands that...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 8, 2008
The Western media is now looking at the impact that the milk contamination scandal has had on dairy farmers in China. The AFP interviews He Fugong, a dairy farmer in “a remote village in north China”: …As He...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 3, 2008
The New York Times looks at how the contaminated milk crisis is affecting dairy farmers : The dairy farming villages around Shijiazhuang came under sharp scrutiny last month after investigators arrested dozens of farmers and...
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