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Tainted infant formula milk powder found in Hunan

(People's Daily Online)

08:24, July 26, 2012

The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) of China has ordered halt to sales of Nanshan infant formula milk powder.

The AQSIQ released the tainted milk powder produced by Hunan AVA Dairy Co., Ltd. on July 23, asking the company to stop production and sales and recall the tainted milk powder.

On July 22, the administration of industry and commerce in Guangdong detected five batches of Nanshan Bywise infant formula milk powder, a brand under Hunan AVA Dairy Co., Ltd., which contain excessive toxic aflatoxin M1.

The AQSIQ highly concerned the incident and immediately authorized Hunan quality authority to investigate and verify. The authority has compelled the company to stop production and sales and recall the tainted milk powder. Under the lead of local government, the authority is checking the reason caused the problem and it will strictly punish these behaviors breaking the laws and rules.

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