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2010-02-22 14:42:30

While the majority of children who were affected by consuming toxic melamine-contaminated products in China recovered, kidney abnormalities remained in 12% of the affected children, according to an article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

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2008-12-08 14:05:00

After a string of product safety scandals including contaminated infant formula believed to have killed six babies and sickened thousands of others, many shoppers are now wary of buying products made in China.

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2008-11-17 07:50:45

Nine-month-old Li Xiaokai died of kidney failure on the old wooden bed in her family’s farmhouse on September 10.

2008-11-04 06:00:23

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the Baby food industry is available in its catalogue.

2008-10-28 06:00:19

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the Dairy products industry is available in its catalogue.

2008-10-20 12:00:27

New Zealand-based dairy company Fonterra Cooperative Group is looking at selling its stake in San Lu Group, the company which has been at the center of the recent milk food contamination scandal in China.

2008-10-14 06:00:14

By From news reports Three Chinese dairy companies have publicly apologized for their involvement in a toxic milk scandal that has killed at least four children, according to news reports.

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2008-10-13 16:19:45

A lawsuit has been filed against one of China’s largest dairies on Monday by the family of a baby whose death they claim was caused by toxic milk supplied by the company.

2008-10-13 09:00:48

Fonterra gives 5 million dollars to infant health in China WELLINGTON, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) -- The New Zealand dairy product giant Fonterra is to donate 5 million U.S. dollars to a Chinese charity to establish a health care program for mothers and babies in poor rural areas.

2008-10-13 03:00:18

Executives of three leading Chinese dairy companies apologized on state television for their firms' involvement in the tainted milk problem affecting infants.


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