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Food Firms Act on China Milk Scandal

12:24 PM MDT | October 3, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

H.J. Heinz says it will no longer use Chinese milk in its baby food products due to a widening scandal over melamine contamination of milk and milk powder produced in China (CW, Sept. 29, p. 7). Chocolate manufacturer Cadbury (Birmingham, U.K.) is removing products made at its Beijing plant from stores across Asia after some were found to be tainted with melamine. Nestlé, meanwhile, says it is scrutinizing its purchases of milk in...

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