2008 Chinese Milk Scandal

India’s milk prices hiked again, though much of it is adulterated

India’s milk prices hiked again, though much of it is adulterated

By RJ Whitehead

As milk prices go up by a further Rs2 per litre, India’s Supreme Court has gone on record to acknowledge milk adulteration as “serious”, and has demanded that individual states sentence those convicted of it to a maximum of life in jail.

Megniu's milk scandal won't impact long-term

Tainted milk won’t taint Mengniu long term, say analysts

By Jennifer Phang

The aflatoxin-tainted milk scandal that has gripped Mengniu Dairy since the end of 2011 is damaging short term, but China’s biggest dairy is unlikely to suffer long term damage in its sales and share price, say analysts.

Nitrite milk scandal exposes gaps in Chinese food safety reforms

Nitrite milk scandal exposes gaps in Chinese food safety reforms

By Guy Montague-Jones

Three deaths from nitrite tainted milk in China show that the country still has some way to go to clean up its dairy industry. One of the authors of a new study1 on the 2008 China melamine milk scandal explains what has gone wrong and what reforms are...

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