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Singapore finds melamine in six new biscuit products made in China

Posted by Author on November 29, 2008

By Pearl Forss, Channel News Asia, Singapore, 27 November 2008 –

SINGAPORE: Six more biscuit products have been found to be contaminated with melamine after the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) completed its testing of all China milk products sold in Singapore.

The six products are Baby Looney Tunes Cream Filled Biscuits Assorted Family Pack, C & OK Vigour 888 Egg & Milk, Khong Guan Mini Burger Biscuit Bulk Pack, Liluo Fruit P.D. Almond Flavour, Potter Potato Chips Pizza and Tom & Jerry Cheese Balls. This brings the total number of affected China milk products to 22.

China has implemented new control measures for milk production and AVA will be sending three officers to China in early December to ensure the measures are implemented on the ground.

Dr Chua Sin Bin, CEO, AVA, said: “Our officers will go to Inner Mongolia, Tianjin and Beijing. These are the areas where the bulk of our milk products come from. They will look at the farms, the milk collecting centre and the milk processing farm.”

Importers will be required to produce a certification of product safety from the Chinese and Malaysian authorities before milk products from these countries are allowed into Singapore.

Even certified products from Malaysia and China will continue to be subjected to a mix of random testing as well as batch testing in the months ahead to ensure that they are safe for consumption.

AVA added that the ban on Julie’s and Khong Guan biscuits from Malaysia could be lifted next week.

– The Channel News Asia: Six new biscuit products contaminated with melamine

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