Singapore Detects Melamine In Five More Chinese Food Products

sure ramai yg dpt sms la, email la for list of products aku tgk setengahnya dibuat kat negara2 kat sini je cam msia, thailand..entahlah. ikut news ni dah 8 products been banned.

SINGAPORE, Sept 24 (Bernama) - Singapore's food authorities have detected melamine in five more products imported from China.

Two are flavoured milk and three are confectioneries containing milk powder as an ingredient, according to Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) of Singapore Wednesday.

They are Dutch Ladys Banana Flavoured Milk and Honeydew Flavoured Milk, Silang - House of Steamed Potato - Potato Cracker, and Puffed Rice Rolls with Butter Corn Flavour and Cheese Flavour.

This brings to eight, the total number of affected products found in Singapore.

The other products which were earlier found to have been contaminated with melamine are Yi Li Choice Dairy Fruit Bar Yogurt Flavoured Ice Confection, Dutch Lady Strawberry Flavoured Milk and White Rabbit Creamy Candy.

In its latest advisory here, AVA said there was no need for the public to be unduly concerned as it had suspended the import and sale of all milk and milk products from China since last Friday.

It also said the levels of melamine detected in the products here were low and hence, unlikely to result in adverse health effects.

The public need to consume large quantities of the contaminated products over a prolonged period of time to have any potential ill-effects on health, AVA said.


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