Avoid ‘Made in China’

The Philippine government has finally taken steps to address consumer concerns that dairy products sold locally might contain the Chinese-approved chemical melamine, which boosts protein test readings – but kills or disables you for life in the process! A partial list of “banned milk products” (more like, temporarily on-hold) was released by the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) yesterday. More products are added to the list daily.

Sound familiar? Just last year, it was made public that Chinese White Rabbit Creamy Candies contain FORMALIN!

Meanwhile, the public is advised not to buy these products nor consume them. BFAD Chief Leticia Gutierrez said the ban will remain in effect until BFAD releases results of the tests in October.

Products that have tested positive for melamine have been announced almost daily in countries like Malaysia and Singapore. Why not yet in the Philippines? There is speculation that the Philippine government is still in the process of purchasing melamine testing kits/equipment.

Here’s the partial list of milk/dairy products that are to be tested for melamine from China; there are 56 so far:

1. Anchor Lite Milk
2. Anchor Wam Froot Milk Drink Mango Magic
3. Anchor Wam Froot Milk Drink Orange Chill
4. Anchor Wam Froot Milk Drink Strawberry Spin
5. Anlene Milk
6. Anmum Materna 180 g
7. Anmum Materna Chocolate
8. Dutch Lady Pure Milk
9. Farmland Skim Milk
10. Green Food Yili Pure Milk
11. Jinwei Drink
12. Jolly Cow Pure Fresh Milk
13. Jolly Cow Slender Low Fat Milk
14. KLIM instant full cream milk 1.8kg
15. M&M Chocolate Brown 40g
16. Meiji Hokkaido Azuki (Red Bean Ice Cream)
17. Meiji Ujikintoki (Red Bean and Green Tea Frozen Confection)
18. Mengniu Original Drink Milk
19. Mengniu Pure Milk
20. Milk Chocolate Bars/China
21. Milk Chocolate Candies/China
22. Milk Boy repacked
23. Milk Boy repacked
24. Monmilk Breakfast Milk Walnut Milk Beverage
25. Monmilk High Calcium Low Fat Milk
26. Monmilk High Calcium Milk
27. Monmilk Milk Deluxe Pure Milk
28. Monmilk Pure Milk
29. Monmilk Suan Suan Ru Sour Milk Beverage (mango flavor)
30. Natural Choice Milk Ice Bar
31. Nespray
32. Nestle Carnacion Calcium Plus non fat milk powder 1.6 kg
33. Nestle Chocolate Flavor Ice Cream cone
34. Nestle Dairy Farm Pure Milk
35. Nestle Vanilla Flavor Ice Cream Cone
36. Nutri Express Milk
37. Nutri Express Milk 15 Nutritional Elements (Blue, Red and Orange label and cap)
38. Nutri Express Milk
39. Nutri Express Milk Green Apple
40. Prime Roast Cereals 28g
41. Pura Fresh Milk
42. Snickers brown 59 grams
43. Strawberry Sorbet
44. Trappist Dairy Low Fat Yogurt Drink
45. Vita Fresh Milk
46. Wahaha Orange
47. Wahaha Yellow
48. Want Want milk drink
49. Yili High Calcium 250ml
50. Yili High Calcium Milk 1 liter
51. Yili High Calcium Low fat milk beverage
52. Yili Low Fat Milk 1 liter
53. Yili Milk
54. Yili Pure Milk 250 ml
55. Yili Pure Milk 1 liter
56. Yinlu Milk Peanut

I am convinced that there is a sinister plot for Chinese products to kill us all. Be it by dairy products containing melamine, candy that has formalin, toys with paint lined with lead, or unsafe cars (driving a Cherry QQ on a freeway = death wish). What’s next?

However, let’s not blame the Chinese. They have demonstrated that they are, in fact, very democratic by also consuming their own deadly products. It’s the CIA, I tell you! Operation: Global Population Control. It’s to cull the number of the masses and keep the ruling class in control.

Related links:
BFAD releases list of banned milk products… [FinanceManila]
BFAD lists 56 products under lab test for possible melamine contamination [GMANews.TV]
BFAD net yields a mixed catch [Malaya]
BFAD names 54 Chinese milk products for testing [Inquirer.Net]

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