More bad news in the widening melamne-contaminated milk products scare. Melamine-contaminated White Rabbit Creamy Candy has been found in four stores in Connecticut. This is after melamine-contaminated candy was found in California, prompting the distributor, QFCO, Inc., to announce a recall. The recall identified that product was distributed to California, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. But the Connecticut discovery prompted concerns about candy that might be in the hands of consumers.
At the same time, the Chinese government has identified 15 more Chinese dairy companies as producing contamianted milk products, brining the total to 20 companies.
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