According to report by TIME.com, Chinese Health Ministry will look into into allegations that three girls, aged between four and 15 months, were found to have abnormal premature pubescent developments allegedly after consuming the same baby formula.
In a report from Bloomberg, Synutra International Inc., the company that produces the milk powder, denied the claims. CEO Liang Zhang says that “Our products are safe and our quality levels are industry-leading.”
Two years ago, at least six Chinese infants died and 300,000 babies got sick after drinking formula milk that has Melamine content. Even several local food industries who purchased milk in China were affected. We were one of those people who bought that certain milk, chocolates, biscuits…that were banned. Chinese businessmen really have to stop thinking about major profits in expense of public’s health.