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Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Nestle In Hot Water In China

In hot water maybe but maybe not in baby's bottles or store shelves according to Forbes.com: " BEIJING (AFX) - Nestle SA is receiving further complaints in China after its baby milk products were found to contain too much iodine and withdrawn from shelves, state press reported. " " Every 100 grams of milk powder for infants and young children is allowed to contain 30-150 micrograms of iodine, according to state standards.

The Nestle products contained 191 to 198 micrograms, the People's Daily reported. Nestle has said it is investigating."    

Remember this the next time you see a Nestle product.

Further complaints emerge in China against Nestle baby milk powder - reports - Forbes.com


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