Chinese officials have ordered Nestle to pull its Chengchang 1+ baby
milk powder from stores due to excess iodine and low protein content,
marking the second time in a month Nestle has had to deal with concerns
over its baby formula products in China. The company issued a
statement earlier this month regarding similar problems with its Neslac Gold 3+ formula,
saying, "We apologize for the mistake in deviating from the National
Standard regarding the content of iodine in some Nestle milk-based
powder products and we reaffirm that all Nestle products are safe for
consumers to continue to use."

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