The Chinese Agriculture Ministry sources said the authorities might revise production standards for animal feed following the tainted eggs episode, China Daily reported Wednesday.
investigation was underway, said the official Xinhua News Agency but the company
was not named. The Hong Kong government said on Saturday that eggs produced by a
unit of China’s Dalian Hanwei Enterprise Group based in the northeastern Dalian
port city contained excessive melamine and it may be related to chicken feed.
The content of melamine discovered was 4.7 parts per million (ppm) of melamine
in the eggs, above the Hong Kong limit of 2.5 ppm.
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