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Chinese infant formula warning

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

"Unknown safety and nutritional adequacy" of infant formula from China leads FDA to caution consumers against using such products. A formula named "Guan Wei Yuan" recently sold in an Asian retail outlet in New York was found by state agriculture officials to "contain less than [one-seventh] of the federally required minimal amount of protein per serving, approximately [one-quarter] the required amount of fat and only minute amounts of declared calcium and magnesium," FDA says. No infant formulas from China have been properly registered and shown to be produced in compliance with GMPs and quality control procedures, the agency adds...
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