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Editor's note

In September 2008 Sanlu Group came to world attention due to product concerns regarding its infant milk formula, which was discovered to have been contaminated with melamine, a non-alimentary chemical whick cause kidney stones. All together 294,000 infants were found to have suffered from diseases of urinary systems and six infants have died. On 15 September, Sanlu issued a public apology and was ordered to halt production, destroy all unsold and recalled products.

Six infants possibly died of tainted milk powder

Six Chinese infants might have died from consuming melamine-tainted milk powder, the country's Ministry of Health (MOH) said here on Monday.
 

About 13,000 babies hospitalized in milk scandal

China's Health Ministry on Sunday revealed that more than 12,000 infants were in hospital after taking tainted milk powder as of 20:00 on Sunday.
 

Chemical substance in milk powder, why?

How come the chemical melamine could be found and mixed in the milk powder for infants?
 

Unbelievable misconduct by dairy giant Sanlu

Unbelievable of misconduct...."Dairy giant Sanlu Group lied about its contaminated baby milk formula for eight months.
 

Wen says govt. responsible in tainted milk incident

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said his government is partly responsible for the tainted milk incident, particularly concerning industry regulation.
 

China Focus: Chinese premier calls on sick infants

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Sunday visited hospitals, communities and supermarkets in Beijing to see for himself the infants sickened.
 

Two on trial in China's milk powder scandal

A melamine producer and a dealer are on trial in the capital of north China's Hebei Province.
 

Shijiazhuang party chief sacked over milk scandal

The party chief of Shijiazhuang, capital of north China's Hebei Province, was sacked here on Monday over the tainted milk powder scandal.
 






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