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China seizes more melamine-tainted milk powder

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese inspectors tracing new cases of contaminated milk have shut dairy firms in the northwest and seized 72 tonnes of milk powder tainted with melamine, an industrial compound that killed at least six children in 2008.


China sets up national food safety commission

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has set up a national food safety commission, headed by a powerful vice premier, who at the watchdog's first meeting set his sights on the persistent problem of dangerously tainted milk, state media said on Wednesday.


Database of breeders and live cattles needed for more systematic planning

MUADZAM SHAH: The incomplete information on the database of breeders and the number of their live cattles has led to the unneccesary import of animals from neighbouring countries for local consumptions.


Govt pledges quality milk supply for pupils

KOTA KINABALU: The Government has pledged to ensure that milk supplied to pupils under the 1Malaysia milk programme conforms to the standard set by the Health Ministry.


China faces challenge implementing food safety - FDA

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's implementation of food safety standards is the country's biggest hindrance in exporting high quality, trusted food products overseas, an official with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday.


New head for dairy company

Fonterra Brands has appointed David Ross as its general manager.


Nitrite-tainted milk kills 3 children in China

BEIJING (Reuters) - Three children have died and 35 people have become ill from drinking nitrite-tainted milk in China's northwestern Gansu province, Xinhua news agency reported on Friday, the latest food safety scandal to hit the dairy industry.


Nitrate-tainted milk case in China deemed intentional poisoning

BEIJING (Reuters) - Intentional poisoning was behind the tainted milk that killed three children and caused 36 others to become ill in China's northwestern Gansu province last week, state media reported on Sunday night, adding to the woes of the country's maligned dairy industry.


Dairy boost with new truck

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s dairy industry received a major boost with a new lorry that would increase the state’s milk distribution capacity to 93,000 litres a day.


FMD outbreak affects livestock of 33 farmers

MALACCA: An outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) here has seriously affected 33 livestock farmers.