AQSIQ: No Melamine In Dumex Milk Powder Products

February 20, 2009 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Health




In response to earlier reports in the international media and complaints from Chinese citizens about problems with Dumex dairy products, China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has published the results of its investigation on Dumex infant formula milk powder products and says that it found no evidence of melamine contamination.

It is understood that after the Sanlu Milk Powder accident, AQSIQ conducted a special check on all the dairy products produced before September 2008 and found there was no melamine in Dumex's milk powder products. In addition, Dumex also checked all its milk powder made before September 14, 2008, and found that those products do not contain the harmful chemical either.

AQSIQ has supervised and checked Dumex products after receiving complaints from Chinese consumers saying that the company's products had made many babies sick, and it has asked Dumex to conduct its own tests before submitting a report on the investigation results.

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