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  • Milk Powder Distributors Complain About Yili

    November 13, 2009

    Twenty-two milk powder distributors have complained to local media about Chinese milk powder products manufacturer Yili's refusal to recall milk powder products contaminated with melamine.


  • China CSR Rank 2009 Released In Beijing

    September 25, 2009

    The China Corporate Social Responsibility Rank 2009 was formally released at a symposium in Beijing organized, amongst others, by the China CSR Research Center.


  • Wyeth Consulting With Families Of Sick Babies

    March 9, 2009

    Wyeth China has told the media that it has started to communicate with parents of sick babies in the hope of assisting them to identify the cause of the illness of their babies and the company will cover the costs of checkups.


  • AQSIQ: No Melamine In Dumex Milk Powder Products

    February 20, 2009

    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.


  • Payments To Start For Victims Of Tainted Milk

    January 5, 2009

    Families whose children have contracted kidney stones as a result of drinking tainted Sanlu milk powder will begin to benefit from the CNY1.1 billion to be payed by Sanlu Group and 21 other companies involved in the scandal.


  • Milk Distributors Chase Sanlu For Payment

    December 30, 2008

    After hearing that Sanlu Group plans to declare bankruptcy, more than 400 Sanlu distributors have come to the company's headquarters in Shijiazhuang, asking for the estimated CNY1 billion they've prepaid to consumers who returned contaminated Sanlu milk powder.


  • Chinese Ministries Crack Down On Abuse Of Food Additives

    December 15, 2008

    China has initiated a nationwide campaign on the illegal use of non-edible substances and food additives.