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Post by Guest on Sun Oct 19, 2008 2:03 pm

HONG KONG: Excessive amounts of the chemical melamine have been found in biscuits here made by Malaysian-based biscuit manufacturer Munchy Food Industries, a government laboratory said yesterday.
The announcement is part of the government's continued testing of dairy-related products after thousands of children in China have fallen sick since last month after drinking milk containing the substance.

The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) said it found a sample of Munchy's Mini Crackers with Peanut Butter contained 5.4 parts per million (ppm) of melamine, while a sample of Munchy's Mini Crackers with Cheese Cream had 3.8 ppm.

Under Hong Kong regulations, the limit for melamine in these products was 2.5 ppm.

"Based on the levels detected, people are advised to stop consuming the products concerned."
The positive tests of mela-mine in the Munchy products are the latest detected by the laboratory, which earlier this month tested excessive amounts of melamine in two types of Cadbury chocolate made in China.

Munchy's website displayed a notice telling consumers its products were safe given that milk and diary-based ingredients it used came from either France or Australia. -- Reu-ters

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Post by Guest on Sun Oct 19, 2008 2:04 pm

Oh shit.....we were thinking and now Malaysia product also ka?

Siap la...sure all Malaysian food products will be under the microscope after this.

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