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Melamine Contamination and List of Not Affected Milk (Food) Products by MOH Malaysia
Written by Shirley T   
Monday, 29 September 2008 06:15

The recent melamine tainted milk crisis has definitely up the consumers fear about milk in particular and food from China in general. Most would be cautious about consuming melamine tainted milk and milk derivative food products. Definitely tales and misinformation would be floating around, like the recent scare of eating from plastic utensils which contain melamine.

I would encourage you to search around and armed yourself with accurate information about this issue. This would avoid unnecessary worries and headache.

I found Malaysiakini reported some great information about melamine contamination. It also said that consumers are advised to read the food label carefully prior to any food purchase in commercial market.

For Malaysians who are still in doubts about the milk or its related products that are contaminated by melamine, you may ring Food Safety and Quality Division,  Ministry of Health Malaysia via the following telephone numbers: +60-3-88 83 36 55, 88 83 35 03, 88 83 36 52 and 88 83 35 00. These lines can be reached during office hours from 8:00 am - 9:00 pm of local time including public holidays and on the coming Hari Raya festive holidays as mentioned in Malaysiakini.

For further information or latest update on milk products tainted with melamine issue, please access Food Safety and Quality Division website under Ministry of Health Malaysia. Alternatively, please visit WHO website to better understand about melamine contamination.

To obtain the updated list of milk products that are not affected by melamine contamination by Food Safety and Quality Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia, please click on the updated list via here.

To all Muslim readers, 'Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri'.
To all Malaysians (residing in Malaysia), Happy Holidays!


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written by ice cream lover , September 30, 2008

Last week, I threw away 2 boxes of Wall's mini poppers (mini Cornetto) because my wife noted the country of origin was China. Later that day I received a SMS on recall of milk related products (which obviously did not happened).

A few days later, many milk product companies (Wall's included) placed advertisments on their product safety. I remember reading Wall's ads which stated all their milk were sourced from NZ, AUS (i.e. not from China). Maybe some can go to Giant/Carrfour and check if their mini poppers originated from China 'cos the last time I checked (2 days ago), the China originated mini poppers are still on sale. Are the mini poppers safe?



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written by Pet planet , September 30, 2008

There issues about milk products coming from china that has melamine in it has spread worldwide. Not only in Malaysia but people around the world are scared that their foods are also contaminated with melamine. Even Philippines have started to pull milk products in groceries that are suspected of high melamine content . Here's 52 Milk Products that could be banned due to high Melamine Content in the Philippines.
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written by Shirley T , September 30, 2008

Hi Pet planet, Thanks for sharing news from Philippines. Do feel free to share the list of banned items in Philippines if you do have them.



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written by Shirley T , September 30, 2008

Hi ice cream lover,
I do understand your concern. Perhaps it is wise to inform the authority (or Food Safety & Quality Division, MOH) if you do have the details.

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written by trisha villegas , October 06, 2008

I have a question, does the milk GREEN FIELDS contaminated with melamine?
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written by trisha villegas , October 06, 2008

thanks for sharing the results of the melamine-tainted milk products.....
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written by josephine , October 18, 2008

Is nido milk safe?
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written by natasha , October 20, 2008

what are the latest list of foods that contain melamine?
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written by donanlyn , October 25, 2008

i want to know is bonamil milk are affected to?thanks
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written by Shirley T , October 28, 2008

Hi natasha and donanlyn,
If you are residing in Malaysia, please check out the latest list updated by Ministry of Health Malaysia via http://fsq.moh.gov.my/modules/news/. Alternatively, I'd suggest you to verify with your country's food authorities.

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written by Sheetal , November 03, 2008

Is COAST milk powder safe? please reply..
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written by sarah , December 10, 2008

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written by Ani , January 07, 2009

I fed my daughter and son with Nido 1 and 3 By Nestle made in Malaysia! I also drink Nido Full cream milk powder. Is there anything dangerous for us? Does Nido Made in Malysia contain melamine?
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written by Shirley T , January 08, 2009

Ani, I'd strongly recommend you to contact Food Safety and Quality Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia via the following telephone numbers: +60-3-88 83 36 55, 88 83 35 03, 88 83 36 52 and 88 83 35 00 immediately. Alternatively, visit their website.
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written by jikty , May 18, 2009

AS I known, the spiroketal fragment was made by others, actually the authors of this publication http://file.sh/publications+torrent.html did not ever do this before the paper published. No credit (names and acknowledgements), Is it common although the fragment already published (Org. Lett.)?
After all, the fragment (~20 steps) is not commercial available.

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