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China bans milk powder from New Zealand in botulism scare
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august 6, 2013 |
Wellington – China has halted imports of powdered milk from New Zealand after bacteria that can cause botulism were found in some milk products. The announcement was made by New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser, who said that the measures were ’’appropriate’’ after global dairy giant Fonterra made it known that it had exported contaminated New Zealand-made whey protein concentrate to China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Saudi Arabia in May. (AGI)
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