Saturday, September 27, 2008

HONG KONG : The Hong Kong government said on Friday that it has found the toxic chemical melamine in Heinz baby cereal and in rice crackers.

Authorities here said they had ordered a recall of the products and would prosecute the companies involved if there was sufficient evidence. The two products concerned are Heinz DHA+AA Vegetable Formula Cereal and Silang House of Steamed Potato Wasabi Cracker.

The latest test results came after a fifth child fell ill in Hong Kong with kidney stones after drinking tainted Chinese milk.

Click here to have a cross check from Hong Kong Centre of Food Safety's finding.

2 comments:

joshua said...

wah why suddenly check so many things

if the china case did not happen, we would still be consuming some of these products like the white rabbit candy.

cck said...

pure ignorance lo. Lesson to be learn as consumer....what more to our little children.