Channel NewsAsia reported on September 15, 2008 on the contaminated milk powder brand Sanlu was not imported into S’pore. The Singapore's Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) confirmed that the country does not import the Sanlu brand of infant formula David Ross, general manager, Fonterra (Singapore), said: "All Fonterra products available on the shelves have been subjected to the most rigorous quality controls in every aspect of production from our high-quality farmers milk right through the manufacturing and distribution process."

National Public Radio reported on September 18, 2008 on how the milk powder scandal angers Chinese parents. : Here in the Shanghai children's hospital, the human cost of this scandal is clear to see. Anxious parents are queuing up here in the registration hall, clutching their precious only children tightly. Sanlu company has issued a televised apology.  Tests now show 22 Chinese dairy companies were selling products containing melamine.


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