The CCTV Financial Channel found 42.1 percent of 19 imported infant formula products sold online from seven countries it selected failed to meet China’s food safety standards. Eight of the 19 formula samples bought via online marketplaces, including Meiji, Aptamil and Meadjohnson, were graded as unqualified by the Inspection and Safety Center at National Food Quality Supervision or substandard levels of minerals including iron, selenium, iodine and manganese…Full Article: ECNS.cn Aug 2016

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  • CCTV Financial Channel also noted three American infant formula products had iron levels in excess of China’s food safety limit of 0.35 mg [milligrams] per 100 kJ [kilojoules].

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