Asia Food Tainting Spreads, Leading to Recall in U.S.
Asia Food Tainting Spreads, Leading to Recall in U.S. Nicky Loh/Reuters
Products from the Mr. Brown brand in the King Car Food warehouse in Taoyuan, Taiwan. A nondairy creamer made in China, used in the products, was found to be contaminated.
BEIJING — Two weeks after Chinese companies began recalling infant milk formula because of contamination by an industrial chemical, foods tainted with that chemical — melamine — are turning up in other parts of China and Asia, fanning fears in other parts of the world.
By DAVID BARBOZA Published: September 26, 2008
Be careful in Canada - more recalls to come