MeadJohnson Disassociates Itself From Substandard Milk Power

September 23, 2009 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Consumer, Health

American milk powder producer MeadJohn has claimed that it has no responsibility for the two batches of unqualified MeadJohnson milk powder products which were rejected by China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine for substandard protein content.

MeadJohnson stated that the two batches of MeadJohnson baby powder products, totaling about 300 kilograms, were imported by Xiamen Zhongma Import & Export Company and MeadJohnson had never authorized that company so to do.

Regarding the protein level in the milk powder products, MeadJohnson said that the protein levels in baby formula milk powder products vary from country to country. The products in question were up to the protein standard in the United States and they were not intended for sale in the Chinese market.

MeadJohnson said that all its products sold in China have met the relevant food standards and have passed strict inspections. Furthermore, they have been made according to China's national laws and regulations.

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