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Chinese Rush to Stockpile Imported Baby Formula

Ming Pao Daily, Posted: Sep 20, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO Toxic "Three Deer" brand milk has sickened at least 6244 children in China. At least three children have died, reports the Ming Pao Daily. Another 21 Chinese formula brands that were tested also turned up the toxic chemical. The widespread contamination prompted consumers in China to stock up on imported formula. The price of Johnson & Johnson formulas have increased by 15 percent in China recently. The World Journal reports that many consumers have been traveling to Hong Kong to buy baby formula. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Wednesday that so far no toxic formula from China has been found in the United States.

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