Chinese officials seize tainted dairy products

07/9/2010 | BBC

Food safety officials in China have seized raw milk and finished milk powder products said to contain 500 times the maximum allowable level of melamine. Much of the raw material was purchased from Hebei province, the site of a 2008 tainted-milk scandal that killed six babies and sickened hundreds of thousands.

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