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Excerpt from report in English by website of independent Indonesian news magazine Tempo on 24 September [by Cornila Desyana and Harun Mahbub] Wednesday, 24 September: The Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (BPOM) yesterday instructed the withdrawal of 28 types of food items from various brands because their ingredients contain milk originating from China.
Text of report in English by Taiwanese Central News Agency website [By Sofia Wu] Taipei, Sept.
Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Xinhua: "China's Dairy Association Calls for Timely Raw Milk Purchase After Tainted Milk Scandal"] BEIJING, Sept.
To: BUSINESS EDITORS Contact: In China, Wei-Jung Yang, 86-139-1167-3125, or in the U.S., Ashley Ammon, +1-203-682-8200, both for American Dairy, Inc. BEIJING, Sept. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Dairy, Inc.
China's Ministry of Agriculture launched an inspection of the country's dairy industry on Monday after tainted milk powder sickened babies and aroused concern.
World News IN BRIEF *BEIJING Two men were arrested as the number of babies taken ill after drinking tainted milk powder reached 1,253. Of those, 340 were still in hospital and 53 were gravely ill, Chinese health officials said.
By TOM MEADE Terri Lawton is one of several Massachusetts dairy farmers opening their farms for the Northeast Organic Farming Association's Raw Milk Dairy Day tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m.
By HOPKINS, Dave CHOOSING dairying as an occupation has been one of the best decisions ever for a town boy who enjoyed working with animals and being in the outdoors. To add to these advantages, farming required small amounts of time on administration of the business. Life was sweet.
First Milk, a UK-based dairy processor, has said that retailer Asda has agreed to increase the price it pays First Milk for cheese by GBP300 per tonne, effective August 1, 2008.
By Dan Buglass FEARS of a possible shortage of milk and dairy products have been raised in recent weeks, with farmers making it clear that unless they receive a higher price in the face of escalating production costs, they will revert to low-cost regimes and reduced yields from their cows.