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Melamine, a toxic industrial additive that has left at least
Melamine, a toxic industrial additive that has left at least four babies dead in China, has been detected in Chinese products including non-dairy items in Taiwan, local media reported on Monday citing health sources.

During voluntary testing of products containing Chinese-produced ingredients, melamine was discovered in dried cream, instant coffee, milk tea, instant coffee and cream soup.

Taiwan has banned imports of all milk products from China amid a scandal over melamine-tainted milk powder, which has put nearly 13,000 children in hospital.

Melamine is widely used in the production of plastics and fertilizers. Ingestion can cause kidney failure.


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