September 26, 2008
FSAI tells supermarkets to stop selling White Rabbit Creamy Candy

(大白兔奶糖) White Rabbit Creamy Candy that may contain melamine are recalled and Asian supermarkets have been told to stop selling them by The Food Safety Authority of Ireland.

This action follows laboratory testing by the New Zealand Food Safety Authority (NZFSA) in which unsatisfactory levels of melamine were found in the sweets. This product has been withdrawn in other countries. The FSAI is advising consumers who may have purchased these sweets not to eat them. Retailers and wholesalers are advised to immediately remove these sweets from shelves.

More info here.

Posted by whykay at September 26, 2008 12:02 AM