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China tightens regulation of imported baby formula2013-10-16
China's Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday told baby formula importers to be accurate when recording sales data and for there to be no monopoly in the industry.
5_副本420.jpg State councilor urges NZ to improve food safety2013-08-23
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Thursday urged New Zealand to improve food safety after toxic bacteria were found in imported dairy products from the island country's dairy giant Fonterra.
Ministry wants to stir up milk formula industry2013-08-16
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has come up with a plan for the reorganization of the infant formula industry, which aims to enhance the product quality by concentrating the best resources, according to an anonymous insider.
Regulator calls for stepped up supervision of milk2013-08-10
China Food and Drug Administration, the nation's top food quality regulator, urged food safety authorities across China on Friday to intensify their supervision of baby formula manufacturing to ensure the safety of the product.
China to tighten supervision of diary firms2013-08-09
China said it will enhance monitoring of milk powder producers following a contamination scare at New Zealand's Fonterra and"severely"punish any companies found to have quality or safety problems.
Mofcom to closely monitor NZ milk powder scandal2013-08-08
We've also got the latest response from China's Ministry of Commerce as Shen Danyang, the spokesman of the Mofcom told a press conference Wednesday afternoon that China will follow the case very closely.
China issues record anti-trust fines for formula firms2013-08-07
Chinese authorities have issued fines totaling 670 million yuan (108 million U.S. dollars) for six baby formula companies operating on the mainland following an anti-trust probe, the country's top economic planner announced Wednesday.
China publicizes information on domestic milk powder producers2013-08-07
China's food watchdog, the State Food and Drug Administration, has released information on nearly 130 milk powder producers that are authorized to sell their products.
Domestic milk powder production licensees listed2013-08-06
Chinese food and drug authorities on Tuesday publicized a list of 128 domestic companies that are eligible to produce milk powder, in a bid to better supervise the production of infant formula.
China halts NZ powder import2013-08-06
The CEO of New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra made a public apology at a media briefing in Beijing, saying that food safety was the company's top priority. He arrived in Beijing on Saturday to deal with the fallout from a contaminati on scandal that has rocked China, one of its biggest markets.
China, Russia halt NZ dairy imports over botulism scare2013-08-06
A botulism scare has prompted China and Russia to stop importing certain dairy products from New Zealand.
More warnings issued over NZ milk scare; Fonterra apologizes2013-08-05
China's consumer quality watchdog issued a warning Monday morning over two potentially tainted New Zealand-made Karicare-brand infant formula products because of botulism concerns.
Chinese firms recall products exposed to contamination2013-08-05
Chinese producers who bought contaminated batches of whey protein concentrate from New Zealand were recalling products on Sunday, dealing the latest blow to Chinese consumers'confidence in milk powder products.
Importers recall tainted NZ milk powder2013-08-04
China's importers on Sunday began to recall and seal products produced with allegedly contaminated whey protein of New Zealand dairy company Fonterra.
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