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China’s melamine scandal continues

Posted by Author on November 2, 2008

By Sachin Seth, The Blast Magazine, Nov. 1, 2008-

It seems like it’ll never end.  China’s ongoing melamine investigation has widened to animal feeding supplies, where reports of melamine-contaminated eggs have surfaced.

According to the International Herald Tribune, the melamine eggs has been reported in three different Chinese provinces.  Melamine-tainted products have been blamed for kidney stones and renal failure in infants.

This hurts China’s struggling agriculture industry even more.  It has been crippled ever since the melamine milk outbreak that affected more than 50,000 children, killing at least four.

People everywhere are frantic, concerned about Chinese foods imported directly from China.  Parents in the U.S. are scared that Halloween candy imported from China could be contaminated, IHT reports.

Various cities around the world are calling for further inspection of agricultural food items imported from China.

Honestly, right now you can’t be too careful.  A toxic chemical responsible for tens of thousands of infant sicknesses is terrifying, and inspecting all Chinese agricultural products in further detail is the right move……. (more)

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